dolichocephalic

[dol-i-koh-suh-fal-ik]
Also dol·i·cho·ceph·a·lous [dol-i-koh-sef-uh-luh s] /ˌdɒl ɪ koʊˈsɛf ə ləs/.

Origin of dolichocephalic

First recorded in 1840–50; dolicho- + cephalic
Related formsdol·i·cho·ceph·a·lism [dol-i-koh-sef-uh-liz-uh m] /ˌdɒl ɪ koʊˈsɛf əˌlɪz əm/, dol·i·cho·ceph·a·ly, nounhy·per·dol·i·cho·ce·phal·ic, adjectivehy·per·dol·i·cho·ceph·a·ly, nounsub·dol·i·cho·ce·phal·ic, adjectivesub·dol·i·cho·ceph·a·lism, nounsub·dol·i·cho·ceph·a·lous, adjectivesub·dol·i·cho·ceph·a·ly, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for dolichocephalic

dolichocephalic

dolichocephalous (ˌdɒlɪkəʊˈsɛfələs)

adjective
  1. having a head much longer than it is broad, esp one with a cephalic index under 75
noun
  1. an individual with such a head
Derived Formsdolichocephalism or dolichocephaly, noun
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dolichocephalic in Medicine

dolichocephalic

[dŏl′ĭ-kō-sə-fălĭk]
adj.
  1. Having a disproportionately long head.
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