-andry

-andry

suff.
1. The condition of having a specified number or kind of husbands or male mates: monandry.
2. The condition of having a specified number or kind of stamens: polyandry.

[Greek -andriā, from anēr, andr-, man; see ner- in Indo-European roots.]
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-andry

n combining form
indicating number of husbands: polyandry.
[from Greek -andria, from anēr man]
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-andry

a combining form occurring in nouns corresponding to adjectives ending in -androus: polyandry.
[< Greek -andria. See -androus, -y3]
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