Definition of Prehuman

1. Adjective. Preceding the advent of modern humanity, ''Homo sapiens'' ¹



2. Noun. One of the human-like creatures prior to ''Homo sapiens''. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Prehuman

1. a prototype of man [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prehuman

prehistoric
prehistoric age
prehistoric ages
prehistoric culture
prehistorical
prehistorically
prehistories
prehistory
prehnite
prehnites
prehnitic acid
preholiday
prehominid
prehominids
prehospital
prehuman (current term)
prehumans
prehung
prehurricane
prehybridisation
prehybridization
prehydrate
prehydrated
prehydrates
prehydrating
prehypertension
prehypertensive
prehypertensives
preif
preife

Literary usage of Prehuman

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1. On the Foundation and Technic of Arithmetic by George Bruce Halsted (1912)
"CHAPTER I. THE prehuman CONTRIBUTIONS TO ARITHMETIC. Properly to understand or to teach arithmetic, one should have a glimpse of its origin, foundation, ..."

2. The Atonement Between God and Manby Charles Taze Russell by Charles Taze Russell (2000)
"(John 3:17) Here again his prehuman existence is implied in the sending and mission. And these statements respecting the Logos are in full accord E89 with ..."

3. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"(I may say here that memory is - prehuman faculty, and is common in dreams.) 1» important thing to note about the dream under ..."

4. The Biological Foundations of Belief by Wesley Raymond Wells (1921)
"In the first two or three years of life, the foetal stage included, the individual recapitulates the prehuman stages of evolution. ..."

5. The Biological Foundations of Belief by Wesley Raymond Wells (1921)
"In the first two or three years of life, the foetal stage included, the individual recapitulates the prehuman stages of evolution. ..."

6. The Biological Foundations of Belief by Wesley Raymond Wells (1921)
"In the first two or three years of life, the foetal stage included, the individual recapitulates the prehuman stages of evolution. ..."

7. Criminology by Raffaele Garofalo (1914)
"The Hypothesis of prehuman Atavism. — But there are monstrosities which cannot be ... If this prehuman atavism can be admitted in the case of morphologic ..."

8. Criminology by Raffaele Garofalo (1914)
"1 The Hypothesis of prehuman Atavism. — But there are monstrosities which ... To this question Sergi answers without hesitation, "From the prehuman life, ..."

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