biped (having two feet; two-footed)
centipede (any of various wormlike arthropods of the class Chilopoda, having a flattened body composed of segments, each bearing a pair of jointed appendages)
maxilliped (one of the three pairs of crustacean head appendages located just posterior to the maxillae and used in feeding)
millipede or millepede or diplopod (any of various crawling, herbivorous myriapods of the class Diplopoda, found worldwide and having a cylindrical, segmented body with two pairs of legs attached to all segments except for the first four in the thoracic region)
passepied (a spirited court dance, popular in France and England in the 17th and 18th centuries, resembling a minuet but faster)
pawn (a chess piece of lowest value that may move forward one square at a time or two squares in the first move, capture other pieces only on a one-space diagonal forward move, and be promoted to any piece other than a king upon reaching the eighth rank; a person or an entity used to further the purposes of another)
pedal (a foot-operated lever used for actuating or controlling a mechanism, as in a loom, a sewing machine, a piano, or an organ)
pedate (resembling or functioning as a foot)
peddler (one who travels about selling wares for a living; a hawker)
pedes (plural of pes)
pedestal (an architectural support or base, as for a column or statue)
pedestrian (going or performed on foot)
pedicel (a small stalk, part, or organ, especially one serving as a support)
pedicle (a slender, footlike or stemlike part, as at the base of a tumor)
pediculate (of, relating to, or being the marine teleost fishes of the order Pediculati, characterized by pectoral fins extending from an armlike process and a dorsal fin ray that serves as a lure for prey)
pedicure (cosmetic care of the feet and toenails)
pedigree (a line of ancestors; a lineage)
peduncle (the stalk of an inflorescence or a stalk bearing a solitary flower in a one-flowered inflorescence)
pes (a foot or footlike part, especially the foot of a four-footed vertebrate)
pinniped (of or belonging to the Pinnipedia, a suborder of carnivorous aquatic mammals that includes the seals, walruses, and similar animals having finlike flippers as organs of locomotion)
sesquipedal (given to the use of long words; long and ponderous; polysyllabic)
talipes (a congenital deformity of the foot, usually marked by a curled shape or twisted position of the ankle, heel, and toes)
trivet (a metal stand with short feet, used under a hot dish on a table; a three-legged stand made of metal, used for supporting cooking vessels in a hearth)
velocipede (a tricycle; any of several early bicycles having pedals attached to the front wheel; an early bicycle propelled by pushing the feet along the ground while straddling the vehicle)
Definitions are taken from:
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Third Edition copyright © 1992 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Electronic version licensed from InfoSoft International, Inc. All rights reserved.
Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged. Merriam-Webster, 2002.
http://unabridged.merriam-webster.com (30 Sep. 2006).
English-Word Information: Word Info about English Vocabulary (wordinfo.info).