webbed

[ webd ]
/ wɛbd /

adjective

having the fingers or toes connected by a web or membrane: the webbed foot of a duck or beaver.
connected or joined by a web, as the fingers or toes.
formed like or with a web: a webbed roof.

Origin of webbed

First recorded in 1655–65; web + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM webbed

un·webbed, adjective

Definition for webbed (2 of 2)

web
[ web ]
/ wɛb /

noun

verb (used with object), webbed, web·bing.

to cover with or as if with a web; envelop.
to ensnare or entrap.

verb (used without object), webbed, web·bing.

to make or form a web.

Origin of web

before 900; Middle English (noun), Old English; cognate with Dutch, Low German webbe, Old Norse vefr; akin to weave

OTHER WORDS FROM web

web·less, adjectiveweb·like, adjective

historical usage of web

16. See Internet
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British Dictionary definitions for webbed (1 of 2)

webbed
/ (wɛbd) /

adjective

(of the feet of certain animals) having the digits connected by a thin fold of skin; palmate
having, consisting of, or resembling a web

British Dictionary definitions for webbed (2 of 2)

web
/ (wɛb) /

noun

verb webs, webbing or webbed

Derived forms of web

webless, adjectiveweblike, adjective

Word Origin for web

Old English webb; related to Old Saxon, Old High German webbi, Old Norse vefr
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Medicine definitions for webbed

web
[ wĕb ]

n.

A membrane or fold of skin connecting the toes, as of certain mammals.
A structure of delicate, threadlike filaments characteristically spun by spiders.
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Science definitions for webbed

web
[ wĕb ]

A structure of fine, elastic, threadlike filaments characteristically spun by spiders to catch insect prey. The larvae of certain insects also weave webs that serve as protective shelters for feeding and may include leaves or other plant parts.
A membrane or fold of skin connecting the toes in certain animals, especially ones that swim, such as water birds and otters. The web improves the ability of the foot to push against water.
also Web The World Wide Web.
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Culture definitions for webbed

Web

See Internet.

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