anemo-

anemo-

(word root) wind
Examples of words with the root anemo-: anemometer
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anemo-

pref.
Wind: anemometer.

[From Greek anemos, wind; see anə- in Indo-European roots.]
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anemo-

combining form
indicating wind: anemometer; anemophilous.
[from Greek anemos wind]
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anemo-

a combining form meaning “wind”: anemograph.
[< Greek, comb. form of ánemos; c. Latin animus breath]
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We may define a dispersal guild as a functional group characterized by a certain dispersal agent of diaspores, with species dispersed by abiotic mechanisms (including anemo- and autochorous species) and species dispersed by biotic agents (zoochorous species; van der Pijl, 1972).