scansorial[skan sôr′ē əl]
scansorial definition by Webster's New World
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- of or adapted for climbing, as a bird's feet
- that climbs or can climb
Origin: ; from Classical Latin scansus, past participle of scandere, to climb: see descend
scansorial definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Adapted to or specialized for climbing.
Origin: From Latin scānsōrius, from scānsus, past participle of scandere, to climb; see skand- in Indo-European roots.