bicaudal


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bi·cau·dal

 (bī-kôd′l)
adj. Zoology
Having two tails.

bicaudal

(baɪˈkɔːdəl)
adj
(Zoology) having two tails
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They include pilgrims' badge and ampullai possibly from the Chartreuse, prescriptions and surviving amulets from late medieval England, and the iconography of late medieval bicaudal and other felines.
Varieties such as golden helmet, golden saddle, stork's pearl, brocaded back, seven stars, red head-and-tail, purple eyes, snow eyes, the three tails, four tail, nine tail, bulging eyes, the bicaudal, and the dragon eye--a small selection from Shisan Chen's elegant translation--have became quite common.