Zool. having the toes separated from each other
Origin of fissiped; from Classical Latin fissipes (gen. fissipedis), cloven-footed ; from fissus (see fission) + pes, foot
Having the toes separated from one another, as in the feet of certain mammals.
A mammal, such as a bear, dog, or cat, that has such toes.
print of a raccoon's hind foot
- Having the toes separated from each other.
- An animal that has such toes.