[trahy-ped-l, trip-i-dl]
having three feet.

1615–25; < Latin tripedālis. See tri-, pedal Unabridged
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Many adult insects use six legs for walking and have adopted a tripedal gait.
The purest form of the tripedal gait is seen in insects moving at speed.
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