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bi·ped

(bī'ped),
1. Two-footed.
2. Any animal with only two feet.
[bi- + L. pes, foot]
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biped

(bī′pĕd′)
n.
An animal with two feet.
adj.
Variant of bipedal.
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bi·ped

(bī'ped)
1. Two-footed.
2. Any animal with only two feet.
[bi- + L. pes, foot]
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