Let's begin with the frequently used English prefix bi-, which means “two.” A
bicycle ... A biped, like homo sapiens, walks on only “two” feet, perfect for a
These ROOT-WORDS are the Prefixes BI & BIN meaning TWO. There is a word
BIS meaning TWICE, but it is not often used. ... Having two feet; as man 12.
Biped definition, a two-footed animal. See more. ... Word Origin and History for bi
ped. Expand. n. ... (bī'pěd') An animal having two feet, such as a bird or human.
Dipodic definition, a group of two feet in English poetry, in which one of the two ...
1835-45; < Late Latin dipodia < Greek: the quality of having two feet, equivalent
to dipod- (stem of dípous) two-footed (see di-<sup>1</sup>, -pod ) + -ia -y<sup>3</sup> ... Word Origin.
The word is bigamy. (having two spouses at the same time). The legal definition
isn't limited to two; it's defined as more than one spouse. The term for having ...
A word beginning with bi that means having two feet like humans? Biped, or bi-
pedal ... What words start with the prefix bi and the prefix bi means two? bipolar ...
A biped is an animal that walks on two legs, with two feet. ... The word itself
combines bi-, "twice or double" in Latin, and pedis, "foot. ... adj having two feet.
"two-footed" definition: having 2 feet. ... (20 of 50 words, 3 definitions, 1 usage
example) ... having two feet (3 of 296 words, 3 usage examples, pronunciations).
Define biped. biped synonyms, biped pronunciation, biped translation, English
dictionary ... Variant of bipedal. n any animal with two feet adj having two feet n.
Latin: foot, feet; people often see this ped element in other words. When people
refer to "pedal extremities", they mean "feet". ... Wing-footed, having wings on the
feet: Alipeds, like Mercury (the Roman god that served as ... Any animal that has
two feet: It is easy to realize that, unless a bird has lost one of it...