Biped

Bipeds walk on two legs. Many dinosaurs were bipedal, including T. rex .
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biped

[n] - an animal with two feet
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Biped

Bi'ped noun [ Latin bipes ; bis twice + pes , pedis , ...oot: confer French bipède .] A two-footed animal, as man.
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Biped

Bi'ped adjective Having two feet; two- footed. « By which the man, when heavenly life was ceased, Became a helpless, naked, biped beast. Byrom. »
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biped

1. Two-footed. ... 2. Any animal with only two feet. ... Origin: bi-+ L. Pes, foot ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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biped

noun an animal with two feet
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Biped

• (n.) A two-footed animal, as man. • (a.) Having two feet; two-footed.
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biped

biped 1. A two-footed animal. 2. Having two feet; two-footed. A biped is in pursuit of a polyped in hopes of having a snack. —Word Info image © ALL rights reserved.
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Biped

A biped is an animal having two feet. The term is applied to man and to birds, indicating their mode of progression rather than the mere possession of two limbs.
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biped

Type: Term Pronunciation: bī′ped Definitions: 1. Two-footed. 2. Any animal with only two feet.
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