Meaning of craniometric in English:

craniometric

Pronunciation /ˌkreɪnɪəˈmɛtrɪk/

See synonyms for craniometric

adjective

historical

See craniometry

‘Thus, this anatomical region is favorable for sex determination due to its craniometric characteristics.’
  • ‘The results of the present craniometric analysis are compared with other lines of evidence.’
  • ‘This article examines the potential contribution of archaeological human skeletal material, in particular craniometric data.’
  • ‘Pontikos has conducted a statistical analysis of global human craniometric variation.’
  • ‘Both methods are applied to a sample of craniometric data consisting of measurements taken on crania in six geographic regions.’