akropodion

noun
ak·ro·po·di·on | \ ˌa-krə-ˈpō-dē-ən , -ˌän \
plural -s

Definition of akropodion 

: the most prominent point on the back of the heel

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First Known Use of akropodion

1920, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for akropodion

New Latin, from Greek, diminutive of akropous extremity of the leg, foot, from akr- acr- + pous foot

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