pantofle

noun
pan·​to·​fle | \ pan-ˈtō-fəl, -ˈtä-, -ˈtü-; ˈpan-tə-fəl \

Definition of pantofle

First Known Use of pantofle

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pantofle

Middle English (Scots) pantuifil, from Middle French pantoufle

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