Origin of Cro-Magnon
Words nearby Cro-Magnon
How to use Cro-Magnon in a sentence
Even the average man will shorten his life span like a Cro-Magnon.
Onward raced the Cro-Magnard, his thoughts filled with the quest he had undertaken alone.
Uda, the moon, had not yet risen above the trees when the Cro-Magnon youth plunged into the wilderness of growing things.
Crouching under the arc of the hurtling body, the Cro-Magnard drove his long knife to the hilt in the white-furred belly.
For several minutes the ruler of Sephar sat lost in thought, his eyes on the giant Cro-Magnon.
Cro-Magnon man had always been a reindeer hunter, accustomed and well adapted to the life and conditions of tundra or steppe.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler
Scientific definitions for Cro-Magnon
Cultural definitions for Cro-Magnon
The earliest form of modern humans. The Cro-Magnons developed about 35,000 years ago and physically resembled modern Europeans. (See Homo sapiens.)