noncaucasoid

Caucasoid

[kaw-kuh-soid]
adjective, noun
Caucasian ( defs 1, 4 ).

Origin:
1900–05; caucas(ian) + -oid

non-Caucasoid, adjective, noun
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Caucasoid (ˈkɔːkəˌzɔɪd)
 
adj
1.  denoting, relating to, or belonging to the lighter-complexioned supposed racial group of mankind, which includes the peoples indigenous to Europe, N Africa, SW Asia, and the Indian subcontinent and their descendants in other parts of the world
 
n
2.  a member of this racial group
 
usage  The word Caucasoid and other words ending in -oid and relating to racial group are controversial scientifically and best avoided

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