Lagopous
Lagopous La*go"pous, a. [Gr. lagw`s a hare + poy`s, podo`s, foot.] (Bot.) Having a dense covering of long hair, like the foot of a hare. [1913 Webster]

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  • lagopous — ləˈgōpəs adjective Etymology: Greek lagōpous ptarmigan, a plant (literally, rough footed like a hare) : having hairy rhizomes suggestive of the foot of a hare * * * lagopous, a. Bot. (ləˈgəʊpəs) [f. mod.L. lagōp us (see lagopus) + ous.] …   Useful english dictionary

  • lagopous — la·go·pous …   English syllables

  • List of English words without rhymes — The following is a list of English words without rhymes, or refractory rhymes, i.e., a list of words in the English language which rhyme with no other English words in the strict sense that they are pronounced in the same way from the vowel sound …   Wikipedia

  • lagopo — (del lat. «lagōpus», del gr. «lagṓpous») m. *Pie de liebre (planta leguminosa). * * * lagopo. (Del lat. lagōpus, y este del gr. λαγώπους). m. pie de liebre. * * * ► masculino BOTÁNICA Pie de liebre …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • lagopo — la·gò·po s.m. TS ornit. → lagopode {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: sec. XX. ETIMO: dal lat. scient. Lagōpus, vd. lago e po, cfr. gr. lagōpous che ha zampe simili a quelle della lepre …   Dizionario italiano

  • lag- — combining form or lago Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, from Greek lagō , from lagōs : hare lagophthalmos …   Useful english dictionary

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