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a combining form meaning “foot,” used in the formation of compound words: pediform.
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Also especially before a vowel, ped-.
Origin of pedi-
Combining form of Latin ped- (stem of pēs) foot
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Example sentences from the Web for pedi-
Hunc gestant ulnis angeli,Ne lapis officiat pedi;Ne luce timor occupet,Aut nocte pestis incubet.The Saint's Tragedy|Charles Kingsley
British Dictionary definitions for pedi- (1 of 2)
/ (ˈpɛdɪ) /
Also called: Northern Sotho a member of a subgroup of the Sotho people resident in the Transvaal
the dialect of Sotho spoken by this people
British Dictionary definitions for pedi- (2 of 2)
indicating the footpedicure
Word Origin for pedi-
from Latin pēs, ped- foot
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