polydactylous

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EtymologyEdit

Coined based on Ancient Greek πολύς ‎(polús, many, much) + δάκτυλος ‎(dáktulos).

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polydactylous ‎(comparative more polydactylous, superlative most polydactylous)

  1. Having more that the normal number of digits; e.g. a polydactylous cat may have six or more toes on its paw.

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