Geta



[get-uh; Japanese ge-tah] /ˈgɛt ə; Japanese ˈgɛ tɑ/

noun, plural geta, getas.
1.
a traditional Japanese wooden clog that is worn outdoors, with a thong that passes between the first two toes and with two transverse supports on the bottom of the sole.

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