adjective dip·lar·throus \(ˈ)di¦plärthrəs\

Definition of diplarthrous

  1. :  having each or most of the tarsal or carpal bones of one row articulating with more than one bone of the other row —used especially of certain ungulate mammals —opposed to taxeopodous

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Origin and Etymology of diplarthrous

dipl- + arthr- + -ous

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