-cephalus

[Gr. -kephalos, “-headed”]

1. Suffix indicating a cephalic abnormality, e.g., hydrocephalus.
2. Suffix indicating an organism having a particular kind of head, e.g., Rhipicephalus (fan-shaped head).

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