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syndactylus

[ sin-dak-tuh-luhs ]
/ sɪnˈdæk tə ləs /
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noun, plural syn·dac·ty·li [sin-dak-tuh-lahy, -lee]. /sɪnˈdæk təˌlaɪ, -ˌli/. Medicine/Medical.
a person having united or webbed fingers or toes.
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Origin of syndactylus

<New Latin, noun use of the adj.: having webbed digits; see syn-, -dactylous
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