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Measurement of the skull to determine its characteristics as related to sex, race, or body type.
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(Physiology) the study and measurement of skulls
craniometric, ˌcranioˈmetrical adj
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cra•ni•om•e•try(ˌkreɪ niˈɒm ɪ tri)
the science of measuring skulls, chiefly to determine their characteristic relationship to sex, body type, or genetic population.
cra`ni•o•met′ric (-əˈmɛ trɪk) cra`ni•o•met′ri•cal, adj.
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the science of measuring skulls. — craniometrist, n. — craniometric, craniometrical, adj.See also: Head
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|Noun||1.||craniometry - the branch of physical anthropology dealing with the study and measurement of dry skulls after removal of its soft parts|
physical anthropology - the branch of anthropology dealing with the genesis and variation of human beings
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