tripodal

tripodal

[trip-uh-dl, trahy-pod-l]
adjective
1.
pertaining to or having the form of a tripod.
2.
having three feet or legs.

Origin:
1635–45; tripod + -al1

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tripod (ˈtraɪpɒd)
 
n
1.  an adjustable and usually collapsible three-legged stand to which a camera, etc, can be attached to hold it steady
2.  a stand or table having three legs
 
[C17: via Latin from Greek tripod-, tripous three-footed, from tri- + pous foot]
 
tripodal
 
adj

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