tetrapod (plural tetrapods)

  1. Any vertebrate with four limbs.
  2. Any vertebrate (such as birds or snakes) that has evolved from early tetrapods; especially any member of the superclass Tetrapoda
  3. A concrete structure with arms, used to arrest wave energy along the shore in sea defence projects.

tetrapod (not comparable)

  1. Having four limbs or feet
Synonyms Translations
  • French: tétrapode
  • Russian: четвероно́гий

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