- cephalic flexure,
- cephalic index,
- cephalic pole,
- cephalic presentation,
- cephalic tetanus
Origin of cephalic
Origin of -cephalic
Examples from the Web for cephalic
These Locy has called the "cephalic glands" and he suggests that they are the source of the poison.Handbook of Medical Entomology|William Albert Riley
The two layers composing the transverse mesocolon are an upper or cephalic and a lower or caudal layer.The Anatomy of the Human Peritoneum and Abdominal Cavity|George. S. Huntington
Except for one pair of antenn, no cephalic appendages are preserved.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites|Percy Edward Raymond
Body segmented, tapering rapidly to the posterior extremity; the cephalic segment occupying more than half the length.
The cephalothorax has the cephalic part brown and the sides pale.The Common Spiders of the United States|James Henry Emerton
adj combining form
Word Origin for -cephalic
"pertaining to the head," early 15c., from Latin cephalicus, from Greek kephalikos "pertaining to the head," from kephale (see cephalo-).