Definition of Mongoloids

1. Noun. (plural of mongoloid) ¹

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Definition of Mongoloids

1. mongoloid [n] - See also: mongoloid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mongoloids

mongery
mongo
mongoe
mongoes
mongolian
mongolian fold
mongolian macula
mongolian spot
mongolianism
mongolians
mongolism
mongolisms
mongolite
mongoloid
mongoloid race
mongoloids (current term)
mongols
mongongo
mongongos
mongoos
mongoose
mongooses
mongos
mongrel
mongrelisation
mongrelisations
mongrelise
mongrelised
mongrelises
mongrelising

Literary usage of Mongoloids

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1. Sociology Based Upon Ethnography by Charles Jean Marie Letourneau, Henry Merivale Trollope (1893)
"Marriage among the Mongolians and the mongoloids of Northern Asia. ... Manners far more barbarous exist among the mongoloids in the north of Asia, ..."

2. Modern Music and Musicians by Louis Charles Elson (1918)
"CHAPTER VIII THE CHINESE, INDO-CHINESE, AND OTHER mongoloids The Chinese Scale of N'attire—The Scale of the Seven Substances—The Music of Drums, Bells, etc. ..."

3. Preadamites, Or, A Demonstration of the Existence of Men Before Adam by Alexander Winchell (1880)
"DISPERSION OF ASIATIC mongoloids. ... We have no certain information of the advent of the Malays from the northwest; but, as they arc distinctly mongoloids ..."

4. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1912)
"CHAPTER VIII THE CHINESE, INDO-CHINESE, AND OTHER mongoloids The Chinese Scale of Nature—The Scale of the Seven Substances—The Music of Drums, Bells, etc. ..."

5. Preadamites: Or, A Demonstraiton of the Existence of Men Before Adam by Alexander Winchell (1890)
"It is interesting to note here the fact of an apparent ethnic transition between the mongoloids and the Papuans. The typical mongoloids and typical Papuans ..."

6. History of America Before Columbus: According to Documents and Approved Authors by Peter De Roo (1900)
"A type of mongoloids," he says, " strayed to the shores of South America by the Polynesian communication. Few at first, they were unable to force a passage ..."

7. Ridpath's Universal History: An Account of the Origin, Primitive Condition by John Clark Ridpath (1897)
"By the time that the ethnographer has advanced thus far to the east, in following the lines of the Asiatic mongoloids' the Polynesians who had come ..."

8. Ridpath's Universal History: An Account of the Origin, Primitive Condition by John Clark Ridpath (1899)
"By the time that the ethnographer has advanced thus far to the east, in following the lines of the Asiatic mongoloids the Polynesians who had come primarily ..."

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