ulotrichous

[yoo-lo-tri-kuh s]

Origin of ulotrichous

1855–60; < New Latin Ulotrich(i) (plural) formerly a name for a division of mankind (< Greek oulótrichos (singular) curly-haired, equivalent to oûlo(s) thick, fleecy + -trichos -haired, derivative of thríx hair + -ous
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British Dictionary definitions for ulotrichous

ulotrichous

adjective
  1. having woolly or curly hair
Derived Formsulotrichy, noun

Word Origin for ulotrichous

C19: from New Latin Ulotrichī (classification applied to humans having this type of hair), from Greek oulothrix, from oulos curly + thrix hair
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