Hypothalamic hamartoma, cerebellar hypoplasia, facial dysmorphism and very atypical combination of polydactyly. is it a new variant of Oro-Facio-Digital Syndrome?: We describe a newborn with multiple congenital anomalies consistent with an oro-facio-digital syndrome (OFDS). These are a group of inherited syndromes that have in common anomalies of the tongue (bifid or lobulated tongue with hamartomas), the face (median cleft lip) and the digits (brachydactyly, polydactyly, clinodactyly and/or syndactyly). OFDS has been classified into 11 types. The case described in this paper had manifestations overlapping with OFDS II (Mohr) and OFDS IV (Mohr-Majewski) and OFDS VI (Varadi). We propose that the present patient has a new variation of the OFDS due to the co-existence of the very atypical combination of polydactyly, cerebellar hypoplasia, hypothalamic hamartoma and classical facial findings of OFDS.