apodous

apodous

[ap-uh-duhs]
adjective

Origin:
apod(al) + -ous

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apodal or apodous (ˈæpədəl)
 
adj
(of snakes, eels, etc) without feet; having no obvious hind limbs or pelvic fins
 
[C18: from Greek apous from a-1 + pous foot]
 
apodous or apodous
 
adj
 
[C18: from Greek apous from a-1 + pous foot]

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