pygmoid

pyg·moid

 (pĭg′moid′)
adj.
Resembling or characteristic of a Pygmy.
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pygmoid

or

pigmoid

n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a pygmy
adj
(Anthropology & Ethnology) relating to pygmies
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However, Keim discovers that the whole system of racial classification such as: Caucasoid, Mongoloid, Negroid, Pygmoid, etc.
Language Group Allele Europoid Between-Group Frequency Features * Contact ** Bantu: Eastern High + With Nilotic Bantu: Western Moderate ++ Little to none Hamitic Low +++ Little to none Nilotic High + With Eastern Bantu Pygmoid Very High 0 Little to none * Europoid Features = the degree to which researchers believed that the tribal people within a language group exhibited Caucasian-like characteristic (height, head shape, skin color, etc.) ** Contact means the amount of immigration, emigration, and intermarriage Table 3.
[In this region] dwell small bands of primitive nomadic pygmoid negroes representing without doubt the last surviving groups of the indigenous population of this area.
Like Johnston, Rangeley believed that the indigenous peoples of the Lake Malawi area were short pygmoid people who were conquered by the stronger invading Bantu-speaking settlers.
Like Johnston, Rangeley believed that the indigenous people of the Lake Malawi area were short pygmoid people who were conquered by the stronger invading Bantuspeaking settlers.