Europoid

noun Eu·ro·poid \ˈyu̇rəˌpȯid, ˈyür-; yəˈrōˌp-\
variants: or

Europid

\ˈyu̇rəˌpid, ˈyür-, -pə̇d; yəˈrōpə̇d\

Definition of Europoid

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of europoid

International Scientific Vocabulary europ- (from Europe) + -oid or -id


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