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-androus

1.
a combining form meaning “male,” occurring as final element of a compound word:
polyandrous.
Origin
< Neo-Latin -andrus. See andr-, -ous
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-androus

combining form
1.
(in botany) indicating number or type of stamens: diandrous
Word Origin
from New Latin -andrus, from Greek -andros, from anēr man
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