adjective Mi·co·qui·an \mēˈkōkēən\
variants: less commonly


\", -ōkən\

Definition of Micoquian

  1. :  of or relating to a late Acheulean culture of England and southern France characterized by biface hand axes having very narrow points and thin cross section and by a developed flake industry

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Origin and Etymology of micoquian

La Micoque, site near Les Eyzies, commune in southwest central France, where remains of the culture were found + English -an

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