Cephalometry. being or having a head with a large cranial capacity.
Craniometry. being or having a skull with a large cranial capacity.
- Also mac·ro·ceph·a·lous [mak-roh-sef-uh-luhs]. /ˌmæk roʊˈsɛf ə ləs/.
- mac·ro·ceph·a·ly, noun
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How to use macrocephalic in a sentence
These women had frequent abortions, often produced deaf-mutes, and very frequently macrocephalic children.Degeneracy | Eugene S. Talbot
And in place of macrocephalic, we have for very large normal crania the new term megalocephalic.
To-day, however, the terms macrocephalic and microcephalic have come to be reserved for pathological cases.
He would have had to be the most monstrous macrocephalic ever seen upon earth.