Astronomical objects → Character names → Characters with one name → Dates → Doctors → Eras → Fandom names → Honourifics → Human → Integers → K9 → K9/Background → Lists of appearances → Magazine issues → Parts of a series without clear individual titles → Romana → Serials → Speedy renames → TARDIS → The Master → The Monk → Universe → Years → Humanoid
Our research has shown that the word "near-human", so popular in other science fiction franchises, practically doesn't exist in the Doctor Who universe. Thus, anybody who basically looks human, but isn't human — people like Nyssa, Adric, Turlough and even the Doctor — are from humanoid species.
In a few rare instances, people who look human, but aren't, may be called human-ish, but this is usually a derogatory term, meant to imply that the character believes in some form of subhumanity.
Note that humanoid also means any species that has a vaguely human, bipedal look. So Silurians, for instance, are sometimes called "humanoid reptiles".