|having five fingers or toes, with 5 digits||pentadactyl|
|(French) point, sharp end; ballet position in which dancers stand on the tip of the toes, tip-of-toe ballet position||pointe|
|(Music) played by plucking with the fingers; note or musical passage played by the fingers, by plucking strings, pizzicato piece of music||pizzicato|
|a climb over something, a scratching at something, a scribbling, a search with fingers, a struggle to get something||scrabble|
|abnormal shortness of the fingers or toes (Medicine)||brachydactyly|
|act of intertwining or interlacing (like the fingers of two clasped hands)||interdigitation|
|act of playing a musical instrument with the fingers; touching, handling; act of handling with the intention of stealing, use of fingers, use of fingers on musical instrument||fingering|
|act of scuffing, flat shoe, mark from scraping or rubbing, poke the foot, scrape feet while walking, scrape or rub, scratching or scraping sound; act of scratching or scraping; flat-heeled slipper that covers only the toes; abrasion, scratch mark, mark...||scuff|
|act of strumming, act of playing an instrument by brushing the fingers across the strings, play an instrument by brushing the fingers across the strings, play an instrument by brushing the strings, play tune, sound of strumming||strum|
|analog, done with the fingers, like a finger, representing data as numbers, representing sound/light waves as numbers, using numbers, with numbers||digital|
|animal fat, film, hit lightly; slap lightly; remove by quickly brushing away; make a quick movement of the fingers, hit with quick blow, move jerkily, move with quick blow, splash of color, tap, light slap; light sharp sound; quick movement (as of the ...||flick|
|animal that walks on its toes, walking on the toes, walking only on the toes of the feet (as in four-footed animals)||digitigrade|
|animal whose toes are connected by a membrane, wing-footed||aliped|
|animal with webbed feet, foot with membranes connecting the toes (for aiding in swimming), foot with toes joined by webbing||webfoot|
|any of the bones which form knuckles (in the fingers), finger bone||knucklebone|
|attached by a membrane or tissue; having the digits of the foot connected by a web (i.e. a duck); having or resembling a netlike structure (i.e. a spider web), joined by a skin membrane||webbed|
|barbs on the shaft of a feather, capture in a net, capture in a web; entangle in a web; weave a fabric, complex network, form a web, membrane between animal toes, net created by a spider; net, mesh; World Wide Web, network of HTML documents which are l...||web|
|base of embankment, drive nail at angle, fasten something with angled nail, foot part, lower end of shaft, one of the digits of the foot; front section (as of a sock, etc.), part of golf club, part of hoof, part of shoe or sock, part resembling toe, st...||toe|
|between the fingers or toes, made of parallel strips||interdigital|
|binary digit, binary number system, binary star, binary weapon, duple, having only two chemical elements, having two chemicals mixing toxically, having two parts; of or pertaining to a numbering system based on two digits; of or pertaining to the metho...||binary|
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