Definition of mesatipellic in English:

mesatipellic

Pronunciation /mɪˌsatɪˈpɛlɪk/ /ˌmɛsətɪˈpɛlɪk/

adjective

Anthropology Anatomy
  • Designating or characteristic of a pelvis in which the transverse diameter is only slightly greater than the anteroposterior diameter, and that is intermediate between dolichopellic and platypellic; having a pelvis of this type.

Origin

Late 19th century. From mesati- + ancient Greek πέλλα bowl + -ic.