Meaning of -ANDRIA in English


ˈandrēə, ˈaan- noun plural combining form

Etymology: New Latin, from Greek, fact or condition of having (such or so many) men — more at -andry

: plants having (such or so many) stamens — in names of Linnaean botanical classes

Poly andria

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