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tri·pod

(trī'pod),
1. Three-legged.
2. A stand having three legs or supports.
[G. tripous, fr. tri- + pous, foot]

tripod

[trī′pod]
Etymology: Gk, treis, three, pous, foot
any object with three legs or three feet.

tri·pod

(trī'pod)
1. Three-legged.
2. A stand having three legs or supports.
[G. tripous, fr. tri- + pous, foot]

tripod

(trī′pŏd) [Gr. treis, three, + pous, foot]
A stand having three supports, usually legs.
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