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remiped

remiped
adjective/noun

Pronunciation:
[reh-mi-ped]

Definition:
Referring to an organism with limbs (most often legs/feet) shaped like oars.

Usage:
"Generic Pokemon Geek #1 was concerned with how his Lapras was able to follow him around in game as its limbs were remiped, rendering it useless on land. Generic Pokemon Geek #2 stared at #1 blankly before accusing him of hacks.”


Etymology:
From the Latin “Remus” meaning oar and the suffix “-ped” from Latin “pes” literally “having a foot.”


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