pronograde definition by Webster's New World
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Zool. walking with the body parallel to the ground
Origin: ; from Classical Latin pronus, bent forward (see prone) plush -o- plush -grade
pronograde definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Walking with the long axis of the body parallel to the ground. Used of quadrupeds.
Origin: Latin prōnus, leaning forward; see prone + -gradus, walking (from gradī, to move; see retrograde).