podo-, pod-, -poda, -pod, -pode, -podium, -podia, -podial, -podous, -pody

(Greek: foot, feet)

Any member of the order Isopoda (an order of crustaceans with a flat body that includes sowbugs, pillbugs, and wood lice).
Having feet like those of a hare; having the foot thickly covered with feathers or fur.
A condition marked by tired feet.
A condition of having slender feet.
Any creeping or erect, mosslike plant.
Long-footed; a long-footed animal, e.g. a spider-crab.
Abnormally large feet; excessive size of the feet. Also, megalopodia and pes gigas.
Young hunter sees a macropod.
A young hunter is astounded at seeing this macropodia track.

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Any of the bones of the metacarpus or metatarsus.
1. The posterior portion of the foot of a mullusk.
2. The middle region of the foot, either in vertebrates or invertebrates.
micropod, micropodia
Abnormal smallness of the feet.
A reference to abnormal smallness of the feet.
monopod, monopode, monopodium
1. Having just one foot.
2. A creature having only one foot; specifically, one of a race of men fabled to have only one foot, with which they shaded themselves from the heat of the sun .
A true monopodic creature.

A true monopodic creature as shown in outer space.

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In medicine, a malformation in which only one foot is externally recognizable.
myriapod (s) (noun), myriapods (pl)
1. A class of arthropodous animals, comprising the centipedes and millipedes.
2. A member of the Myriapoda; a centipede or millipede.
Myriapoda (pl) (noun)
A superclass of arthropods, including the classes Chilopoda (centipedes) and Diplopoda (millipedes).

Related "foot, feet" units: melo-; ped-; planta-; -pus.