calça etymology

Portuguese word calça comes from Latin calx ((anatomy) heel (of the foot).)

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Detailed word origin of calça

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
calx Latin (lat) (anatomy) heel (of the foot).
calceus Latin (lat) Shoe.
*calcea Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
calça Portuguese (por) Ring (on a mushroom). Trousers, pants.