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polypod

[ pol-ee-pod ]
/ ˈpɒl iˌpɒd /
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adjective
(of insect larvae) having many feet.
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Origin of polypod

<Italian (1913) <Greek, stem of polýpous many-footed; see polyp
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British Dictionary definitions for polypod

polypod
/ (ˈpɒlɪˌpɒd) /

adjective Also: polypodous (pəˈlɪpədəs)
(esp of insect larvae) having many legs or similar appendages
noun
an animal of this type
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