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<k>pinniped</k><br>
<b>pinniped, <abr>a.</abr> <i>and</i> <abr>n.</abr></b>
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<blockquote>(<c c="darkslategray">ˈpɪnɪpɛd</c>)</blockquote>
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<blockquote>Also <b>pinnipede</b>, <b>pinnaped</b>.</blockquote>
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<blockquote><c c="gray">[<abr>ad.</abr> <abr>mod.</abr>L. <i>Pinnipēs</i> (neut. <abr>pl.</abr> <i>Pinnipedia</i>), L. <i>pinnapēs</i>, <i>pennipēs</i> wing-footed (of Perseus), but used in <abr>Zool.</abr> in the sense ‘fin-footed’; <abr>f.</abr> L. <i>pinna</i> in sense ‘fin’ + <i>pes</i>, <i>ped-</i> foot.]</c></blockquote>
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<b><c c="indigo">a.</c></b> <i><abr>adj.</abr></i> Having feet resembling fins, fin-footed; <i><abr>spec.</abr></i> belonging to a suborder (<i>Pinnipedia</i>) of <i>Carnivora</i>, comprising the seals and walruses, which have fin-like limbs or flippers; also, belonging to other divisions of animals having limbs or organs resembling fins and adapted for swimming, <abr>e.g.</abr> the fin-footed or lobe-footed birds (<abr>cf.</abr> <kref>pinnatiped</kref>), certain decapod crustaceans or crabs, the pteropod molluscs, etc.
<b><c c="indigo">b.</c></b> <i><abr>n.</abr></i> A pinniped mammal; a seal or walrus.
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<ex><b>1842</b> Brande <i><abr>Dict.</abr> <abr>Sci.</abr></i>, etc., <c c="darkmagenta"><i>Pinnipeds</i>, the name of a section of crabs..that have the last pair of feet..terminated by a flattend joint fitted for swimming.</c>
<b>1858</b> Mayne <i><abr>Expos.</abr> <abr>Lex.</abr></i>, <c c="darkmagenta"><i>Pinnipes</i>, <abr>adj.</abr> <i><abr>Zool.</abr></i>..pinnipede.</c>
<b>1866</b> T. N. Gill (<i>title</i>) <c c="darkmagenta">Prodrome of a Monograph of Pinnipeds.</c>
<b>1881</b> <i>Athenæum</i> 17 Dec. 807/3 <c c="darkmagenta">The various species of Hæmatopinus with which the seals, like the other pinnipeds, are annoyed.</c>
<b>1883</b> <i>Fisheries <abr>Exhib.</abr> <abr>Catal.</abr></i> 194 <c c="darkmagenta">Charts shewing distribution of the pinnapeds of the world.</c></ex>
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<blockquote>So <b>pinnipedian</b> (<c c="darkslategray">-ˈpiːdɪən</c>) <i>a.</i> <abr>=</abr> <abr>prec.</abr> a.</blockquote>
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<ex><b>1880</b> <i>Standard</i> 20 May 3 <c c="darkmagenta">It is doubtful whether the close⁓time agreement..will have any great effect on the longevity of the pinnipedian race.</c></ex>
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