The foot is an anatomical structure found in many vertebrates. It is the terminal portion of a limb which bears weight and allows locomotion.

Trivia about foot

  • Calcaneus,Plantar arch, Sole
  • The Roman pes, or this, is thought to have measured about 11.65 inches
  • A tiny wrinkle at the corner of the eye is called a crow's this
  • 12 inches
  • Le pied
  • The name platypus comes from the Greek for "broad" this body part
  • If you're lucky, you'll get one of these "in the door"; if not, you might have one "in the grave"
  • Focusing on stimulating this part of the body, Eunice Ingham developed the concept of reflexology
  • It's 12 inches
  • A 747 running over the 26 bones, including 14 phalanges, in this body part
  • (Sarah of the Clue Crew Reports from Catalina Island.) The tiny pinchers that keep starfish free of algae are called pedicellaria, from the Latin for this body part
  • It's a linear measure in the U.S., or the basic unit of verse
  • When you pick up a tab, you do this to "the bill"
  • In 1959, due to "minor but troublesome discrepancies", the U.S. redefined this unit as .3048 meters
  • This basic metrical unit of poetry sounds like a body part
  • Pedo- can mean "child"; pedi- can be used for this body part
  • It equals 30.48 centimeters
  • The human this has 26 bones, including 7 tarsals; as your doctor, should I admit I just learned that today?
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • In the 15th century, men's poulaines might have extended 24" beyond this point
  • General Mills makes "Fruit Roll-Ups" & "Fruit by" this measure
  • This body part is il piede
  • With regard to height, 3 hands equals 1 of these