quadrumanous

adjective
qua·dru·ma·nous | \kwä-ˈdrü-mə-nəs \

Definition of quadrumanous 

: having feet adapted for grasping

First Known Use of quadrumanous

1819, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for quadrumanous

ultimately from Latin quadri- + manus hand — more at manual

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