Dolf

Dolf

(?), imp. of Delve. [Obs.] Chaucer.

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Dol`i*cho*ce*phal"ic

(dl`*k*s*fl"k),

Dol`i*cho*ceph"a*lous

(dl`*k*sf"*ls), } a. [Gr. dolicho`s long + kefalh` head.] (Anat.) Having the cranium, or skull, long to its breadth; long-headed; -- opposed to brachycephalic. -- Dol`i*cho*ceph"al (#), a. & n.

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Dol`i*cho*ceph"a*ly

(dl`*k*sf"*l),

Dol`i*cho*ceph"a*lism

(dl`*k*sf"*lz'm) }, n. [Cf. F. dolichcphalie.] The quality or condition of being dolichocephalic.
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