One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Affected with acrania; lacking (part of) the skull.
Mid 19th century. From scientific Latin acranius + -al. With the medical use compare acrania. With the use in zoology, compare scientific Latin Acrania, neuter plural, applied by Haeckel to primitive vertebrates lacking a bony brain case, and compare also acraniate.
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