Cephalous
Cephalous Ceph"a*lous, a. [Gr. kefalh` head.] (Zo["o]l.) Having a head; -- applied chiefly to the Cephalata, a division of mollusks. [1913 Webster]

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  • -cephalous — [sef′ə ləs] [see CEPHALIC] combining form forming adjectives having a (specified) kind of head or number of heads; CEPHALIC [macrocephalous] …   English World dictionary

  • cephalous — [sef′ə ləs] adj. [ CEPHAL(O) + OUS] having a head …   English World dictionary

  • cephalous — bi·cephalous; cyn·o·cephalous; tri·cephalous; cym·bo·cephalous; platy·cephalous; …   English syllables

  • -cephalous — comb. form headed (brachycephalous; dolichocephalic). Etymology: Gk kephale head * * * |sefələs adjective combining form Etymology: Greek kephalos, from kephalē more at cephalic : cephalic * * * a combining form meaning having a he …   Useful english dictionary

  • cephalous — adj. [Gr. kephale, head] Pertaining to the head …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • cephalous — /sef euh leuhs/, adj. having a head. [1870 75; CEPHAL + OUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • -cephalous — a combining form meaning having a head or heads of the specified sort or number: brachycephalous. Also, cephalic. [ < Gk kephalos headed, deriv. of kephalé head; see OUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • -cephalous — combining form equivalent to cephalic …   English new terms dictionary

  • -cephalous — ceph·a·lous …   English syllables

  • -cephalous — or cephalic aff. a combining form meaning “having a head or heads” of the specified sort or number: oxycephalous[/ex] • Etymology: < Gk kephalos headed, adj. der. of kephalḗ head; see ous …   From formal English to slang

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