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تَطْبيب, तातबे, 塔贝卜, Definition of Tatbeb: an ancient Egyptian sandal B-4 The Flip Flop  ther was the TatBeb

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Both men and women wore sandals made of papyrus. Sandals made of vegetable fibers or leather were a common type of footwear. Nevertheless, men and women, including the wealthy, were frequently portrayed barefoot.

The oldest known sandals (and the oldest known footwear of any type) were discovered in Fort Rock Cave in the U.S. state of Oregon; radiocarbon dating of the sagebrush bark from which they were woven indicates an age of at least 10,000 years. The word sandal is of Greek origin – σάνδαλον : sándalon.

Usually, people wear sandals in warmer climates or during warmer parts of the year in order to keep their feet cool and dry. The risk of developing athlete’s foot is lower than with enclosed shoes, and the wearing of sandals may be part of the treatment regimen for such an infection.

The oldest known example of a sandal dates from about 10,900 years before the present, is made of sagebrush bark, and comes from what is now the U.S. state of Oregon. Sandals have also been found in ancient Egypt, where only important personages wore sandals.

flip-flop (n.)

also flip flop, “plastic thong beach sandal,” by 1970, imitative of the sound of walking in them. Flip-flap had been used in various senses, mostly echoic or imitative of a kind of loose flapping movement, since 1520s:

Flip-flaps, a peculiar rollicking dance indulged in by costermongers, better described as the double shuffle; originally a kind of somersault. [Hotten’s Slang Dictionary, 1864]

Flip-flop in the general sense of “complete reversal of direction” dates from 1900; it began to be used in electronics in the 1930s in reference to switching circuits that alternate between two states. As a verb by 1897. Flop (n.) in the sense “a turn-round, especially in politics” is from 1880.

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