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

(Greek: foot, feet)

nectopod (s) (noun), nectopods (pl)
In zoology, a swimming organ or a limb (as of a mollusk) adapted for swimming: The nectopods are appendages that some invertebrates with a soft unsegmented body, such as squids, use for swimming.
octopod, octopodan, octopodous
Eight-footed (with eight feet); an animal having eight feet; specifically, an octopus, or other member of the suborder Octopoda of cephalopods.
An octopus/octopod chasing a biped.
An octopus/octopod is chasing a biped who is running for his life.

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An order of cephalopod mollusks, including the octopus and paper nautilus characterized by a saclike body, eight arms with rows of suckers, and no internal shell.
ornithopod, ornithopodous
Having feet like those of a bird; belonging to the Ornithopoda, a group or sub-order of extinct saurians, containing herbivorous Dinosauria, whose hind feet closely resembled those of birds in their structure.
pachypod, pachypodous
Having a large, thick foot.
parapodium, parapod
One of the jointless lateral processes or rudimentary limbs of annelids, which serve as organs of locomotion, and sometimes of sensation or respiration.
pauropod (s) (noun), pauropods (pl)
A myriapod of the order Pauropoda, resembling centipedes, but of very minute size.
peropod, peropodous
Having rudimentary hind limbs, as certain serpents; belonging to the division Peropoda of serpents, including the pythons, boas, etc.
phyllopod, phyllopodal, phyllopodous
A member of the Phyllopoda, a group of entomostracous crustaceans, having lamellate or foliaceous swimming feet; a leaf-footed crustacean.
A condition in which the feet are flat; flat footed.
A broad-footed animal; having broad or flat feet; specifically, belonging to the group Platypoda of monotrematous mammals (typical genus Platypus), or to the group Platypoda of gastropod molluscs, having a broad flat foot adapted for crawling; also in Orinthology, having the toes joined so as to form a broad sole, syndactyl.
Wide feet.
Having wide or broad feet.
Pertaining to gout; gouty.
podagra (s) (noun), podagras (pl)
Severe pain in the foot, especially that of typical gout in the big toe: Dr. Simmons told Janet that her extreme pain in her foot, especially in her big toe, was termed podagra and that was why she had difficulty walking.

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