Macrodactyl

Mac`ro·dac'tyl (măk`ro*dăk'tĭl) noun [ Greek makroda`ktylos long-fingered; makro`s long + da`ktylos finger: confer French macrodactyle .] (Zoology) One of a group of wading birds ( Macrodactyli ) having very long toes. [ Written al
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macrodactyl

<ornithology> One of a group of wading birds (Macrodactyli) having very long toes. ... Alternative forms: macrodactyle. ... Origin: Gr. Long-fingered; long + finger: cf. F. Macrodactyle. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Macrodactyl

• (n.) One of a group of wading birds (Macrodactyli) having very long toes.
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macrodactyl

macrodactyl 1. One of a group of wading birds (Macrodactyli) having very long toes; also written as macrodactyle.
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