pinnatiped

[ pi-nat-uh-ped ]
/ pɪˈnæt əˌpɛd /

adjective Ornithology.

having lobate feet.

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Origin of pinnatiped

First recorded in 1820–30, pinnatiped is from the New Latin word pinnātiped- (stem of pinnātipēs). See pinnati-, -ped
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British Dictionary definitions for pinnatiped

pinnatiped
/ (pɪˈnætɪˌpɛd) /

adjective

(of birds) having lobate feet
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