crânio

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See also: cranio and cranio-

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From Latin crānium(skull), from Ancient Greek κρανίον(kraníon, skull), diminutive of κάρα(kára, head, face), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱrh₂esn.

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crânio m (plural crânios)

  1. skull

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