pantofle or pan·tof·fle [pan-tuh-fuh l, pan-tof-uh l, -toh-fuh l, -too-]
1. a slipper.
2. a cork-soled patten covering the forepart of the foot, worn in the 16th century.
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Origin: 1485–95; earlier pantufle < Middle French pantoufle < Old Italian pantofola < Medieval Greek pantóphellos cork shoe, literally, all-cork. See panto-, phellogen
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