dol·i·cho·cra·ni·al (dŏl′ə-kō-krānē-əl) also dol·i·cho·cra·nic (-nĭk)
Having a relatively long skull with a cranial index of 74.9 or less.
[Greek dolikhos, long; see del-1 in the Appendix of Indo-European roots + CRANIAL.]
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