dolichohieric

dolichohieric
dol·i·cho·hi·er·ic -hī-'er-ik adj having a relatively long narrow sacrum with a sacral index of less than 100 compare PLATYHIERIC, SUBPLATYHIERIC

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dol·i·cho·hi·er·ic (dol″ĭ-ko-hi-erґik) [dolicho- + Gr. hieron sacrum + -ic] having a long, narrow sacrum with a sacral index of less than 100.

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  • dolichohieric — dol·i·cho·hi·er·ic …   English syllables

  • dolichohieric — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷(ˌ) ̷ ̷|hī|erik adjective Etymology: dolich + hieric : having a relatively long narrow sacrum with a sacral index of less than 100 compare platyhieric, subplatyhieric …   Useful english dictionary

  • platyhieric — Having a broad sacrum. [platy + G. heiron, sacrum] * * * platy·hi·er·ic .plat i hī er ik adj having a relatively wide sacrum with a sacral index of 106.0 or over compare DOLICHOHIERIC, SUBPLATYHIERIC * * * platy·hi·er·ic (plat …   Medical dictionary

  • subplatyhieric — sub·platy·hi·er·ic .səb .plat i hī er ik adj having a sacrum of moderate length and breadth with a cranial index of 100 to 105.9 compare DOLICHOHIERIC, PLATYHIERIC …   Medical dictionary

  • dolich- — combining form or dolicho Etymology: New Latin, from Greek, from dolichos more at indulge 1. : long …   Useful english dictionary

  • -hieric — |hī|erik, rēk adjective combining form Etymology: Greek hieron (osteon) sacrum (from hieron neuter of hieros powerful, sacred + osteon bone) + English ic more at ire …   Useful english dictionary

  • platyhieric — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷+ adjective Etymology: platy + hieric : having a relatively wide sacrum with a sacral index of 106 or over compare dolichohieric, subplatyhieric …   Useful english dictionary

  • subplatyhieric — |səb+ adjective Etymology: sub + platyhieric : having a sacrum of moderate length and breadth with a length breadth index of 100 to 106 compare dolichohieric, platyhieric …   Useful english dictionary

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