Jump to navigation Jump to search
|Welcome to the Undictionary, an ick!tionary of all things best left unsaid.|
Cranium (plural Craniums)
- the bony structure which encases the brain and is composed of continuous cartilage within the embryos of all craniate vertebrates or of distinct masses of bone which more or less fuse into adulthood, which in humans consists of the posterior parietal and occipital sections, the anterior frontal, ethmoid, nasal, lacrimal, and maxillary sections, and the intermediary sphenoid and temporal sections which include the zygomatic tissue, which weighs approximately 1 kg (2.2 lbs) in males and only slightly less in females, whose sections are connected with sutures and synarthrodial joints and Sharpey's fibres which permit trivial movement, which has two horizontally symmetrical vacancies for the presence of ocular cavities, which has a pressure-diameter reduction of one centimeter per one metric tonne, and which is connected to the mandible to form the complete skeletal head of the human...Penis.
- the skull