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Webster 1913 Edition


Sandal

San′dal

,
Noun.
Same as
Sendal
.
Sails of silk and ropes of
sandal
.
Longfellow.

San′dal

,
Noun.
Sandalwood.
“Fans of sandal.”
Tennyson.

San′dal

,
Noun.
[F.
sandale
, L.
sandalium
, Gr. [GREEK], dim. of [GREEK], probably from Per.
sandal
.]
(a)
A kind of shoe consisting of a sole strapped to the foot; a protection for the foot, covering its lower surface, but not its upper.
(b)
A kind of slipper.
(c)
An overshoe with parallel openings across the instep.

Webster 1828 Edition


Sandal

SAN'DAL

,
Noun.
[L. sandalium; Gr.]
1.
A kind of shoe, consisting of a sole fastened to the foot. The Greek and Roman ladies wore sandals made of a rich stuff, ornamented with gold or silver.
2.
A shoe or slipper worn by the pope and other Romish prelates when they officiate. A like sandal is worn by several congregations of monks.

SAN'DAL

,

Definition 2021


Sandal

Sandal

See also: sandal and sandál

Luxembourgish

Noun

Sandal f (plural Sandalen)

  1. sandal
    • Luxembourgish translation of Matthew 3:11:
      Ech deefen iech mat Waasser, fir datt dir ëmdenkt. Mä et gëtt een, deen no mir kënnt, an dee méi staark ass wéi ech; ech sinn et net wäert, him seng Sandalen ze droen. Hien deeft iech mat hellegem Geescht a mat Feier.
      I baptise you with water, so that you repent. But there is one who comes after me, and he is mightier than I; I am not worthy to carry his sandals. He will baptise you with the Holy Spirit and with fire.

sandal

sandal

See also: Sandal and sandál

English

Three types of sandals.

Noun

sandal (plural sandals)

  1. A type of open shoe made up of straps or bands holding a sole to the foot
  2. sandalwood
    • Tennyson
      And on the tables every clime and age / Jumbled together: celts and calumets, / Claymore and snow-shoe, toys in lava, fans / Of sandal, amber, ancient rosaries []
Translations
Hyponyms

Etymology 2

From Medieval Latin sandalum, from Byzantine Greek σάνδανον (sándanon), σάνταλον (sántalon), from Arabic صَنْدَل (ṣandal), from Middle Persian cndl (čandal, sandalwood), from Sanskrit चन्दन (candana, sandalwood).

Noun

sandal (plural sandals)

  1. sandalwood
    • Tennyson
      And on the tables every clime and age / Jumbled together: celts and calumets, / Claymore and snow-shoe, toys in lava, fans / Of sandal, amber, ancient rosaries []

Translations


Danish

Noun

sandal c (definite singular sandalen, indefinite plural sandaler, definite plural sandalerne)

  1. a sandal

Norwegian Bokmål

Noun

sandal m (definite singular sandalen, indefinite plural sandaler, definite plural sandalene)

  1. a sandal (open shoe)

Norwegian Nynorsk

Noun

sandal m (definite singular sandalen, indefinite plural sandalar, definite plural sandalane)

  1. a sandal (open shoe)

Swedish

Noun

sandal c

  1. a sandal

Declension

Inflection of sandal 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative sandal sandalen sandaler sandalerna
Genitive sandals sandalens sandalers sandalernas

Tagalog

Verb

sandal

  1. lean

Turkish

Etymology 1

From Greek.

Noun

sandal (definite accusative sandalı, plural sandallar)

  1. boat (water craft)

Etymology 2

From Arabic صَنْدَل (ṣandal).

Noun

sandal (definite accusative sandalı, plural sandallar)

  1. a small tropical tree of the Santalaceae family, Santalum album

Etymology 3

Borrowing from French sandale.

Noun

sandal (definite accusative sandalı, plural sandallar)

  1. sandal
Synonyms

Declension