chiropody

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

Definition of chiropody 

Other words from chiropody

chiropodist \-dist \ noun

First Known Use of chiropody

1886, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for chiropody

chir- + pod-; from its original concern with both hands and feet

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The first known use of chiropody was in 1886

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chiropody

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

Medical Definition of chiropody 

Other words from chiropody

chiropodial \ˌkī-rə-ˈpōd-ē-əl \ adjective
chiropodist \kə-ˈräp-əd-əst, shə- also kī- \ noun

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