dactylo-, dactyl-, dactylio-, -dactyl, -dactyla, -dactylia, -dactylic, -dactylism, -dactyloid, -dactylous, -dactyly

(Greek: finger, toe)

dacty
The incorrect spelling of the root word dactyl.
dactyl
A finger, digit, or toe.
dactylagra
Pain from gout of the fingers.
dactylakinesia
Abnormal movement, or motions, of the fingers.
dactylalgia
Pain in a finger or the fingers. Also, dactylodynia.
dactylate
Having processes resembling digits; finger-like.
dactyledema
The swelling of a finger.
dactylet
A finger, or toe, in human beings; or the corresponding part in other vertebrates.
dactylic
1. Belonging to a digit (a finger or a toe).
2. A metrical foot consisting of one long and two short syllables, or of one stressed and two unstressed syllables; such as, tenderly.
dactylioglyph
1. An engraver of gems for rings and other ornaments.
2. The inscription of the engraver's name on a finger ring or gem.
dactylioglyphic
A reference to the art of engraving gems for finger rings.
dactylioglyphist
Someone who is a specialist in the art of engraving gems for finger rings.
dactylioglyphy
The art of engraving gems.
dactyliograph
A recorded fingerprint.
dactyliographer
Someone who specializes in the science of finger printing.

Cross references directly, or indirectly, involving the "toes" and "fingers": digit-; hallu-; phalang-.