Clubhand



[kluhb-hand] /ˈklʌbˌhænd/

noun
1.
a deformed or distorted , similar in nature to a clubfoot.
2.
the condition of having such a .

clubhand (klŭb’hānd’) or club hand
n.
See talipomanus.

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