Examples from the Web for octopod
Beyond the litter of activities the octopod was standing, empty of its crew.
Dutton and Todd observed that the larval stage is undergone in the egg and that the first free stage is that of the octopod nymph.
And he swung over the railing and dropped off to mount the octopod and to race it back to the front.
These molt on the sixteenth day to form an octopod nymph, which molts again the twenty-first day.
British Dictionary definitions for octopod
Word Origin and History for octopod
1826 (adj.); 1835 (n.), from Latinized form of Greek oktopod-, from stem of oktopous (see octopus).