parts of the globe ( or their inhaitants) diametrically opposite to each other ( literally, "with the feet opposite"
invertebrate (animal having no backbone) with jointed legs, e.g., insects
one who treats ailments of the human foot
verse (line of poetry) consisting of two feet; a dimeter
1. dias; raised platform
2. low wall serving as a foundation
(literally, "false foot") temporary extension of the protoplasm, as in the ameba, to enable the oranism to move and take in food
utensil, stool, or caldron having three legs