- A two-legged rest or stand, as for a rifle or machine-gun.
Forensic science glossary. John C. Brenner . 2012.
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bipod — [bī′päd΄] n. [ BI 1 + POD] a two legged stand, as for an automatic rifle … English World dictionary
Bipod — A bipod is a support device that is similar to a tripod or monopod, but with two legs. It provides significant stability along two axes of motion (side to side, and up and down.)On firearms, bipods are commonly used on rifles to reduce motion and … Wikipedia
bipod — noun Etymology: bi + pod (as in tripod) Date: 1922 a 2 legged support … New Collegiate Dictionary
bipod — adj. [L. bis, two; Gr. pous, foot] Having one pair of legs. bipody n; see tetrapod … Dictionary of invertebrate zoology
bipod — /buy pod/, n. a two legged support, as for an automatic rifle. [1935 40; BI 1 + POD] * * * … Universalium
bipod — noun A two legged stand. See Also: biped, quadruped, tripod … Wiktionary
bipod — n. two legged support … English contemporary dictionary
bipod — [ bʌɪpɒd] noun a two legged stand or support … English new terms dictionary
bipod — bi·pod … English syllables
bipod — bi•pod [[t]ˈbaɪ pɒd[/t]] n. a two legged support, as for a rifle • Etymology: 1935–40 … From formal English to slang