Origin: altered by folk etymology (infl. by shoe) from 17th-c. Delaware trade language seppock, shoe, shoes from Delaware čípahko, shoes, moccasins (sing. čí˙p˙akw)
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Origin: Alteration (influenced by shoe) of pidgin Delaware seppock, shoe, shoes, from Unami chípahko, shoes.