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

(Greek: foot, feet)

1. A three-legged vessel; a pot or cauldron resting on three legs; a similar ornamental vessel, often presented as a prize, or as a votive offering.
2. A seat, table, or other similar structure with three legs; especially, a three-legged stool.
3. A three-legged support of any kind; especially, a frame or stand with three (diverging) legs, usually hinged at the top, for supporting a camera, compass, or other apparatus.
4. Having or resting upon three feet or legs; three-footed, three-legged; of the form of a tripod.
A quadruped whacks a biped knocking him off his tripodal seat.
A quadruped whacks a biped off his tripodal seat.

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Of the form of, or pertaining to, a tripod; three-footed, three-legged.
Condition seen in conjoined twins when fusion has merged the lower extremities on the joined sides to form a single foot, so that there are only three feet for the two bodies.
tylopod, tylopodous
Having pads on the digits instead of hoofs; belonging to the Tylopoda, a group of ruminants comprising the camels and llamas.
1. One-legged (one-footed).
2. A support for a camera instead of a tripod.
Old Pegleg Pete with his unipod.
Old “Pegleg Pete” is an example of a unipod.

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Walking with the venter or breast touching the ground.
zygopodium (s) (noun), zygopodia (pl:
The distal intermediate segment of the limb of the skeleton which are the radius and ulna (two of the large bones of the forearm), tibia (shinbone) and fibula (outer and thinner of the two bones of the human leg between the knee and the ankle): After Lynn broke her arm, she read all about the zygopodium and could see exactly where the broken parts were.

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