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 Translation for 'toes' from English to Greek
NOUN   a toe | toes
VERB   to toe | toed | toed
toeing | toes
toes {noun} [Digiti pedis]δάκτυλα {τα} των ποδιών
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Translation for 'toes' from English to Greek

toes {noun} [Digiti pedis]
δάκτυλα {τα} των ποδιών
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Usage Examples English
  • "T. eastwoodae" was snake-like, with very small legs. Each front leg had only three toes, and each back leg had only two toes.
  • The legs are short and members of the genus "Syrrhaptes" have feathers growing on both the legs and toes, and no hind toes, while members of the genus "Pterocles" have legs feathered just at the front, no feathers on the toes, and rudimentary hind toes raised off the ground.
  • The fingers and toes have small discs, those of fingers being smaller than those of toes.
  • Most cases involve the second and third toes but any number of toes can be involved.
  • "Hipparion" resembled the modern horse, but still had two vestigial outer toes (in addition to its hoof).

  • The paddle-like limbs were made up of five toes each, unlike the three toes found in later Ichthyosaurs.
  • In the organ, he never learned how to play with heels and toes, and because of his short height, always plays with his toes on the pedalboard. This is an authentic Baroque practice.
  • Ballet is notable for the risks of injury due to the biomechanics of the ankle and the toes as the main support for the rest of the movements.
  • Keel-billed toucans have zygodactyl feet (or feet with toes 2 and 3 facing forwards, and toes 1 and 4 facing backwards) – two toes face forward and two face back.
  • Toes Forward is a stance in which weight is evenly distributed between each leg. The balls of the feet are planted on the ground while the toes are raised.

  • The foot of a passerine has three toes directed forward and one toe directed backward, called anisodactyl arrangement, and the hind toe (hallux) joins the leg at approximately the same level as the front toes.
  • Studies have varied as to whether broken big toes are more or less common than broken lesser toes.
  • "A. verreauxii" has three clawed toes on the front leg, and it has no toes on the back leg.
  • Severe bunions can develop into crossover toes, where the toes overlap.
  • Tiptoe (also tiptoes or tippy toes) is the body posture of standing on one's toes.

  • The Norwegian Lundehund is a polydactyl: instead of the normal four toes per foot, the Lundehund normally has six toes, all fully formed, jointed and muscled.
  • It has finger disks as large as the eardrum; toes almost entirely webbed on outer half of toes; very weak sub-articular tubercles. From snout to cloaca is 33 mm.
  • Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others have (or had) three distinct hooved or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dewclaws.
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