tylarus

noun
tyl·a·rus | \ˈtilərəs, tə̇ˈla(a)rəs\
plural tylari\ˈ⸗⸗ˌrī, -ˌrē; ⸗ˈ⸗ˌrī, -rē \

Definition of tylarus 

: a pad on the undersurface of a bird's toe

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History and Etymology for tylarus

New Latin, modification of Greek tylēros callous, from tylos, tylē callus

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