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- adj. prehistoric
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as prehistoric.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. belonging to or existing in times before recorded history
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Like “roots” as in prehistorical foundations or “roots” as in psychological deep structure.
As I mentioned to Steve, this is the sort of thing they could use in one of their "prehistorical" novels.
How do we know what prehistorical man thought and felt?
Although these graphics seem prehistorical, they're only 30 years old.
In prehistorical time this level of organization was the ancient tribal matriarchy.
All of these probably resulted from prehistorical migrations of which scholars know very little. 19 Considering these facts, more and more scholars tend to put ancient Yunnan into the category of Southeast Asia rather than East Asia. 20 So, what was the role of Yunnan in the origin and development of Southeast Asian civilization?
The mining village of Saltus we slowly discover are not mining ore; Earth is too old for that; instead, the miners are looting prehistorical buried cities, digging up ancient artifacts, or corpses preserved by time-defeating crystal coffins.
None of the monsters depicted uses a made-up name such as Pelgran or Banth or Tarsk; instead the names of real prehistorical mammals are used.
When I read that the novel concerned a meeting between aliens and prehistorical humans, I had to meet him - since the notion that there is a "pre-history" is still a hotly debated issue round these parts.
No single PIE existed in prehistorical reality, but one has been reconstructed through theory.
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