Melanochroi
Melanochroi Mel`a*noch"ro*i, n. pl. [NL. See {Melanochroic}.] (Ethnol.) A group of the human race, including the dark whites. [1913 Webster]

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  • Melanochroi — [mel΄ə näk′rō ī΄] pl.n. 〚ModL /span> MELAN(O) + Gr ōchros, pale〛 the darker Caucasoids living around the Mediterranean Sea Melanochroid [mel΄ə näk′roid΄] adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • Melanochroi — [mel΄ə näk′rō ī΄] pl.n. [ModL < MELAN(O) + Gr ōchros, pale] the darker Caucasoids living around the Mediterranean Sea Melanochroid [mel΄ə näk′roid΄] adj …   English World dictionary

  • Melanochroi — /mɛləˈnɒkroʊaɪ/ (say meluh nokrohuy) plural noun Ethnology a proposed division of the Caucasian race, characterised by light complexions and dark hair. {New Latin, from coined Greek melanōchroi (nominative plural) black pale} –Melanochroid… …   Australian English dictionary

  • melanochroi — n. black haired Caucasians; having smooth black hair and pale skin (Ethnology) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • melanochroi — mel·a·noch·roi …   English syllables

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  • Mediterranean race — Meyers Blitz Lexikon (Leipzig, 1932) shows a Corsican man as an example of the Mediterranean type. The Mediterranean race was one of the three sub categories into which the Caucasian race and the people of Europe were divided by anthropologists… …   Wikipedia

  • Human Race —     Human Race     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Human Race     Mankind exhibits differences which have been variously interpreted. Some consider them so great that they regard the varieties of the human race as distinct species; others maintain the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • White people — Whites redirects here. For other uses, see White (disambiguation). Race …   Wikipedia

  • Australoid — The Australoid race is a broad racial classification. The concept s existence is based on the typological method of racial classification. [O Neil, Dennis. Biological Anthropology Terms. 2006. May 13, 2007. Palomar College. [http://anthro.palomar …   Wikipedia

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