neanderthal

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الإنجليزية - التركية
Orta Avrupa'da iskeleti bulunan ve kaba taşçağında yaşamış olan ilkel insana ait
(antropoloji) Orta Avrupa'da iskeleti bulunan ve kaba taşçağında yaşamış olan ilkel insan
neanderthal man
Neandertal adamı
التركية - التركية

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neandertal
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Old-fashioned, opposed to change (in allusion to Homo neanderthalensis)
Of or pertaining to Homines neanderthalenses

The capacity of the Neanderthal skull was 10% larger than that of modern humans.

A specimen of the now extinct species Homo neanderthalensis
A primitive person
Of or pertaining to the Neander Valley in Germany
A primitive person or a person with old-fashioned ideas or who opposes change
Primitive, old-fashioned, opposed to change (in allusion to the now extinct species Homo neanderthalensis)
(usually Neanderthal) A specimen of the now extinct species Homo neanderthalensis
{i} primeval man; cave man; simple-minded large man
{s} of primeval man; crude, boorish
The cranial capacity is estimated at about 1,220 cubic centimeters, being about midway between that of the Pithecanthropus and modern man
Of, pertaining to, or named from, the Neanderthal, a valley in the Rhine Province, in which were found parts of a skeleton of an early type of man
Hence, designating the Neanderthal race, or man, a species supposed to have been widespread in paleolithic Europe
ill-mannered and coarse and contemptible in behavior or appearance; "was boorish and insensitive"; "the loutish manners of a bully"; "her stupid oafish husband"; "aristocratic contempt for the swinish multitude"
extinct robust human of Middle Paleolithic in Europe and western Asia
The skull is characterized by extreme dolichocephaly, flat, retreating forehead, with closed frontal sutures, and enormous superciliary ridges
relating to or belonging to or resembling Neanderthal man; "Neanderthal skull
relating to or belonging to or resembling Neanderthal man; "Neanderthal skull"
disapproval If you call a man a neanderthal, you disapprove of him because you think he behaves in a very uncivilized way. drunken neanderthals. Species of the genus Homo that inhabited much of Europe and the Mediterranean lands in the late Pleistocene Epoch, 100,000-35,000 years ago. The name derives from the discovery in 1856 of remains in a cave above Germany's Neander Valley. Some scholars designate the species as Homo neanderthalensis and do not consider them direct human ancestors. Others regard them as a late archaic form of Homo sapiens that was absorbed into modern human populations in some areas while simply dying out in others. Neanderthals were short, stout, and powerful. Cranial capacity equaled or surpassed that of modern humans, though their braincases were long, low, and wide. Their limbs were heavy, but they seem to have walked fully erect and had hands as capable as those of modern humans. They were cave dwellers who used fire, wielded stone tools and wooden spears to hunt animals, buried their dead, and cared for their sick or injured. They probably used language and may have practiced a primitive form of religion. See also Mousterian industry
disapproval If you describe people's, especially men's, ideas or ways of behaving as Neanderthal, you disapprove of them because they are very old-fashioned and uncivilized. Let us deal with the question of his notoriously Neanderthal attitude to women
Neanderthal people lived in Europe between 35,000 and 70,000 years ago. Neanderthal man was able to kill woolly mammoths and bears. You can refer to people from the Neanderthal period as Neanderthals
Neanderthal man
The Neanderthal human subspecies. Not in scientific use. an early type of human being who lived in Europe during the Stone Age
Neanderthal man
one of the earliest forms of the human species widespread in Europe in the Paleolithic period
neanderthal race, or man
The cranial capacity is estimated at about 1,220 cubic centimeters, being about midway between that of the Pithecanthropus and modern man
neanderthal race, or man
The skull is characterized by extreme dolichocephaly, flat, retreating forehead, with closed frontal sutures, and enormous superciliary ridges
neanderthal race, or man
Of, pertaining to, or named from, the Neanderthal, a valley in the Rhine Province, in which were found parts of a skeleton of an early type of man
neanderthal race, or man
Hence, designating the Neanderthal race, or man, a species supposed to have been widespread in paleolithic Europe
neanderthals
plural of neanderthal
neanderthal

    الواصلة

    Ne·an·der·thal

    التركية النطق

    niändırthôl

    النطق

    /nēˈandərˌᴛʜôl/ /niːˈændɜrˌθɔːl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ nE-'an-d&r-"tol, -"thol; n ] (adjective.) 1861. From the name of the German valley where Neanderthal 1 was discovered in 1856. The Düsseltal (from German Düssel, a small tributary of the River Rhine + tal (“valley”)) itself was renamed (from Das Gesteins (“The Rockiness”) and/or Das Hundsklipp (“The Cliff of Dogs”)) in the early 19th century to Neandershöhle (“Neander’s Hollow”), and again in 1850 to Neanderthal (“Neander Valley”); both names were in honour of the German Calvinist theologian and hymn writer Joachim Neander (1650–1680). The surname Neander is a Romanisation of the Greek translation of the original German surname Neumann (“New man”), for which reason Homo neanderthalensis is sometimes called New man in English.

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