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chiropody

noun chi·rop·o·dy \kə-ˈrä-pə-dē, shə- also kī-\

Definition of CHIROPODY

:  podiatry
chi·rop·o·dist \-dist\ noun

Origin of CHIROPODY

chir- + pod-; from its original concern with both hands and feet
First Known Use: 1886
Medical Dictionary

chiropody

noun chi·rop·o·dy \kə-ˈräp-əd-ē, shə- also kī-\
plural chi·rop·o·dies

Medical Definition of CHIROPODY

chi·ro·po·di·al \ˌkī-rə-ˈpōd-ē-əl\ adjective
chi·rop·o·dist \kə-ˈräp-əd-əst, shə- also kī-\ noun

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