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

(Greek: finger, toe)

oxydactyl, oxydactylic (adjective); more oxydactyl, most oxydactyl; more oxydactylic, most oxydactylic
Characterized by slender toes: Amphibians that have oxydactyl digits are specifically those with long hind legs for jumping, like the frogs or toads.
An abnormal thickening of the fingers and/or toes.
Characterized by having thickened fingers and/or toes.
Descriptive of having thickened fingers and/or toes.
Having all four toes directed forward, as with swifts and colies (slender, fruit-eating, African birds).
Having all the toes turned forward.
Having five fingers on each hand or five toes on each foot.
A reference to having five fingers or toes on each hand or foot.
Relating to the existence of five fingers or toes on each hand or foot.
The condition of having five digits on each hand and foot.
Having five digits (fingers or toes), or five processes resembling fingers; such as, a star-fish.
Having five digits on each limb.

All land vertebrates are said to have descended from an ancestor with a pentadactyl limb, although many species have lost or transformed some or all of their digits.

perissodactyl, perissodactylic
1. Having an uneven number of toes or digits on each foot.
2. Any mammal of the order Perissodactyla, comprising the odd-toed hoofed quadrupeds and including the tapirs, rhinoceroses, and horses.
The condition of being perissodactyl or having an uneven number of toes or digits on each foot
1. Having an odd number of digits on a hand or foot.
2. A reference to the Perissodactyla (a division of ungulate, or hoofed, mammals, including those that have an odd number of toes, as the horse, tapir, and rhinoceros).

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