[ hom-uh-noid ]
/ ˈhɒm əˌnɔɪd /
Anthropology. a member of the biological superfamily Hominoidea, including all modern great apes and humans and a number of their extinct ancestors and relatives.
personal, humanoid, individual, animal, mortal, anthropoid, biped, hominid, anthropomorphic, anthropomorphous, civilized, fallible, fleshly, forgivable, anthropological, bipedal, creatural, ethological, hominine, humanistic
- hominy grits,
- homme d'affaires,
- homme du monde
Origin of hominoid
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/ (ˈhɒmɪˌnɔɪd) /
of or like man; manlike
of, relating to, or belonging to the primate superfamily Hominoidea, which includes the anthropoid apes and man
a hominoid animal
Word Origin for hominoid
C20: from Latin homin-, homo man + -oid
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[ hŏm′ə-noid′ ]
A primate belonging to the superfamily Hominoidea, which includes apes and humans.
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