Adelopod
Adelopod A*del"o*pod, n. [Gr. ? invisible + ?, ?, foot.] (Zo["o]l.) An animal having feet that are not apparent. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • adelopod — adelopod(e (əˈdiːləpɒd) [f. Gr. ἄδηλος not seen + πόδα (πούς) a foot.] ‘An animal whose feet are not apparent.’ Craig 1847 …   Useful english dictionary

  • adelopod — noun An animal having feet that are not apparent …   Wiktionary

  • adelopode — adelopod(e (əˈdiːləpɒd) [f. Gr. ἄδηλος not seen + πόδα (πούς) a foot.] ‘An animal whose feet are not apparent.’ Craig 1847 …   Useful english dictionary

  • adel- — combining form or adelo Etymology: New Latin, from Greek adēl, adēlo unseen, from adēlos, from a a (II) + dēlos visible, evident; akin to Old English tǣtan to gladden, Old High German zeiz dear, Old Norse teitr glad, Sanskrit dīdeti he shines,… …   Useful english dictionary

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