noun ep·i·po·di·um \ˌepəˈpōdēəm\

Definition of epipodium



  1. :  a lateral ridge or fold along either side of the foot in various gastropods (such as members of the Rhipidoglossa) sometimes bearing appendages, sensory organs, and pigment spots

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Origin and Etymology of epipodium

New Latin, from epi- + -podium

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to criticize severely

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