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#14 PED, POD


biped two footed
centipede arthropod traditionally with 100 feet
decapod having 10 legs
impediment hinderance, something that impedes progress
pedagogue teacher of children; a pedant has the manner of a teacher
pedal level operated by the foot (bicycle, piano)
pedestal base or foot of a column
pedestrian on foot, walking
pediatric branch of medicine treating children
pediatrician children's doctor
pedicure cosmetic treatment of the feet
pedigree record of ancestors
pedometer device that records the number of steps taken
podiatrist health care person who specializes in foot treatments
podiatry branch of medicine devoted to the foot
podium platform to stand on or put notes while speaking
quadruped four footed animal
tripod 3-legged stand or mount
Created by: betsy_julien