Etymology
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unshod (adj.)

"without shoes," Old English unscod; see un- (1) "not" + shod (adj.). Old English had also a verb unscogan "to unshoe."

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discalceate (adj.)

"unshod, barefoot," 1650s, from Latin discalceatus, from dis- (see dis-) + calceatus, past participle of calceare "to furnish with shoes," from calceus "shoe," from calx "heel" (see calcaneus). Related: Discalceation.

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