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ta·lar·i·a  audio  (t-lâr-) KEY 

pl.n.
Winged sandals such as those worn by Hermes and Iris as represented in Greco-Roman painting and sculpture.

ETYMOLOGY:
Latin tlria, from neuter pl. of tlris, of the ankles, from tlus, ankle


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