mongoloid

[adj] - characteristic of or resembling a Mongol 2. [adj] - (Anthropology) of or pertaining to or characteristic of one of the traditional racial division of humankind including especially peoples of central and eastern Asia 3. [adj] - of or relating to or suffering from Down Syndrome
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Mongoloid

Former racial classification, based on physical features, used to describe people of East Asian and North American origin, including the American Indians, Polynesians, and the Eskimos and Aleuts....
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Mongoloid

Mon'go┬Ěloid adjective [ Mongol + -oid .] Resembling a Mongol or the Mongols; having race characteristics, such as color, hair, and features, like those of the Mongols. Huxley.
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mongoloid

adjective of or relating to or suffering from Down syndrome;
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Mongoloid

• (a.) Resembling a Mongol or the Mongols; having race characteristics, such as color, hair, and features, like those of the Mongols.
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Mongoloid

Mongoloid d is the general physical type of some or all of the populations of East Asia, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Siberia, the Arctic, parts of the Americas and the Pacific Islands, and small parts of South Asia. Individuals within these populations often share certain associated phenotypic traits, such as epicanthic folds and neoteny. In ter...
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Mongoloid

Mongoloid: see race.
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Mongoloid

Mongoloid refers to one of the three major races of humans, including the indigenous peoples of Asia, the Indians of the Americas, Polynesians, and the Inuit and Aleuts. General physical traits include dark eyes with epicanthic folds; straight to wavy dark hair; little beard or body hair; fair to tawny skin; low to medium-bridged noses; thin to med...
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