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aliped

[ al-uh-ped ]
/ ˈæl əˌpɛd /
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adjective
having the toes connected by a winglike membrane, as a bat.
noun
an aliped animal.
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Origin of aliped

First recorded in 1725–35, aliped is from the Latin word āliped- (stem of ālipēs wing-footed). See ala, -ped
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British Dictionary definitions for aliped

aliped
/ (ˈælɪˌpɛd) /

adjective
(of bats and similar animals) having the digits connected by a winglike membrane
noun
an aliped animal

Word Origin for aliped

C19: from Latin ālipēs having winged feet, from āla wing + -ped
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