In teratology, a monster having three feet. (noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "tripes" in a sentence
"Ma décision correspond-elle à ce que me disent mes "tripes", avec mes valeurs?"
"Bouchons were originally wine bars where the local silk workers or passing stagecoach drivers could fill up on a simple, hearty cuisine that was based on fresh local products -- mostly pig in the form of andouillette, fried crackling, tripes, petit salé -- and lots of the local wine among like-minded souls, enjoying their brief moment of freedom amid laughter and loud, boisterous behavior."
"When the Professor reached the line, mores tripes appeared on the pitch, but unlike a moment ago, these were caused by the clouds and sun."