Multiped

Mul'ti·ped noun [ Latin multipes , multipeda ; multus much, many + pes , pedis , foot: confer French multipède .] (Zoology) An insect having many feet, as a myriapod.
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Multiped

Mul'ti·ped adjective Having many feet.
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multiped

<zoology> An insect having many feet, as a myriapod. ... Origin: L. Multipes, multipeda; multus much, many + pes, pedis, foot: cf. F. Multipede. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Multiped

• (n.) An insect having many feet, as a myriapod. • (a.) Having many feet.
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multiped

multiped, multipede; multipedal 1. Having many feet; such as, animals or insects. 2. An insect having many feet; such as, a polyped or a myriapod. A multiped is having a snack. —Word Info image © ALL rights reserved.
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