Cynocephaly

The characteristic of cynocephaly, having the head of a dog—or of a jackal—is a widely attested mythical phenomenon existing in many different forms and contexts. ==Etymology== Cynocephaly is taken from the Latin word cynocephalus, meaning `dog-head`, which derives from κῠνοκέφᾰλοι. The prefix `cyno-` comes from the combining ...
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cynocephaly

Craniostenosis in which the skull slopes back from the orbits, producing a resemblance to the head of a dog. ... Origin: G. Kyon, dog, + kephale, head ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cynocephaly

Type: Term Pronunciation: sī′nō-sef′ă-lē Definitions: 1. Craniostenosis in which the cranium slopes back from the orbits, producing a resemblance to the head of a dog.
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