pedate

adjective
ped·​ate | \ˈpeˌdāt, -də̇t, usually -t+V\

Definition of pedate 

1a : having a foot

b : having tube feet many holothurians are pedate

2 [ New Latin Pedata ] : of or relating to the Pedata

3 : palmate with the lateral lobes cleft into two or more segments pedate leaves

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Other Words from pedate

pedately adverb

History and Etymology for pedate

Latin pedatus footed, from ped-, pes foot + -atus -ate

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