anthropological

anthropological
an脗路thro脗路po脗路log脗路i脗路cal || 芒鈧∶兟脦赂r脡鈩脡鈩'l脡鈥檇脢鈥櫭壜猭(l) adj. pertaining to anthropology (study of the development of the human race)

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  • anthropological 鈥 (adj.) 1825, from ANTHROPOLOGY (Cf. anthropology) + ICAL (Cf. ical). Related: Anthropologically 鈥   Etymology dictionary

  • Anthropological 鈥 Anthropologic An thro*po*log ic, Anthropological An thro*po*log ic*al, a. Pertaining to anthropology; belonging to the nature of man. Anthropologic wisdom. Kingsley. {An thro*po*log ic*al*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster] 鈥   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • anthropological 鈥 adj. Anthropological is used with these nouns: 鈫憇tudy 鈥   Collocations dictionary

  • anthropological 鈥 anthropology 鈻 NOUN 鈻 the study of humankind, especially the study of societies and cultures and human origins. DERIVATIVES anthropological adjective anthropologist noun. ORIGIN from Greek anthr pos human being 鈥   English terms dictionary

  • anthropological 鈥 adjective of or concerned with the science of anthropology anthropological studies 鈥 Pertains to noun: 鈫慳nthropology 鈥 Derivationally related forms: 鈫慳nthropology 鈥   Useful english dictionary

  • anthropological 鈥 adjective see anthropology 鈥   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • anthropological 鈥 See anthropology. * * * 鈥   Universalium

  • anthropological 鈥 adjective Relating to anthropology. Syn: anthropologic See Also: anthropologist 鈥   Wiktionary

  • anthropological 鈥 an路thro路po路log路i路cal 鈥   English syllables

  • anthropological 鈥 See: anthropology 鈥   English dictionary


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