One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Having or designating a skull or head of abnormally pointed or conical shape; affected by oxycephaly. Also as noun: a person with oxycephaly.
Late 19th century. From oxy- + -cephalic, after scientific Latin Oxycephali pointed heads or sugar-loaf heads.
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