adjective syn·pel·mous \(ˈ)sin¦pelməs, sənˈp-\

Definition of synpelmous

  1. :  having the two main flexor tendons of the toes blended above the divisions which go to each digit synpelmous foot of a bird

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Origin and Etymology of synpelmous

irregular from syn- + Greek pelma sole of the foot + English -ous — more at fell

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