orthograde

Walking or standing erect; denoting the posture of man; opposed to pronograde. ... Origin: ortho-+ L. Gradior, pp. Gressus, to walk ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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orthograde

(orĀ“tho-grād″) carrying the body upright in walking.
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orthograde

orthograde 1. In primate studies, the condition in which the body posture is upright or vertical; as, in bipedalism; especially with reference to humans. 2. Characterized by walking in a direction perpendicular to the long axis of the body; walking upright.
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orthograde

Type: Term Pronunciation: ōr′thō-grād Definitions: 1. Walking or standing erect; denoting the posture of humans; opposed to pronograde.
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