syndactylism
noun Date: 1889 syndactyly

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  • syndactylism — n. state of having webbed fingers or toes, state of having digits that are partially joined together (of certain mammals or birds) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • syndactylism — syn·dac·ty·lism …   English syllables

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  • syndactylia, syndactylism — SYN: syndactyly …   Medical dictionary

  • syndactyl — syndactylism /sin dak teuh liz euhm/, sindactyly /sin dak teuh lee/, n. /sin dak til/, adj. 1. having certain digits joined together. n. 2. a syndactyl animal. [1830 40; var. of SYNDACTYLUS] * * * …   Universalium

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  • Syndactyl — Syn*dac tyl, Syndactyle Syn*dac tyle, a. [Syn + Gr. ? finger, toe.] (Zo[ o]l. & Med.) Having two or more digits wholly or partly united. See {Syndactylism}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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