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Apode Explained

Apode at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Apod \Ap"od\, Apode \Ap"ode\, n.; pl. {Apods}or {Apodes}. [Gr.
?, ?, footless; 'a priv. + ?, ?, foot.] (Zo["o]l.)
One of certain animals that have no feet or footlike organs;
esp. one of certain fabulous birds which were said to have no

Note: The bird of paradise formerly had the name {Paradisea
apoda}, being supposed to have no feet, as these were
wanting in the specimens first obtained from the East

apodé at English (WD) Of Explained:



Inter: es-verb-form » apodar
  • Inter: es-verb form of » person=first-person|number=singular|tense=preterit|mood=indicative|ending=ar|apodar

  • Translation: mg » apodé
    Translation: no » apodé

    apode at English (WD) Of Explained:



    Inter: en-nou » n
  • An animal that has no feet or footlike organs

    See also

    * apodal


    * paedo

  • Latin


    Inter: la-noun-form » apode
  • Inter: inflection of » apus|apūs|abl|s|lang=la

  • Spanish


    Inter: es-verb-form » apodar
  • Inter: es-verb form of » person=first-person|number=singular|tense=present|mood=subjunctive|ending=ar|apodar
    1. Inter: es-verb form of » person=third-person|number=singular|tense=present|mood=subjunctive|ending=ar|apodar
    2. Inter: es-verb form of » formal=yes|person=second-person|number=singular|sense=affirmative|mood=imperative|ending=ar|apodar

    Translation: fr » apode
    Translation: mg » apode
    Translation: no » apode
    Translation: vi » apode
    Translation: zh » apode