prepollex

[pri-pol-eks]
noun, plural pre·pol·li·ces [pri-pol-uh-seez] /prɪˈpɒl əˌsiz/.
  1. a rudimentary additional digit on the preaxial side of the thumb of certain amphibians and mammals.

Origin of prepollex

From New Latin, dating back to 1885–90; see origin at pre-, pollex
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