noun, plural ba·hu·vri·his.
a compound noun
consisting of two constituents, the first of which
is adjectival and describes the person or object
denoted by the second, which is nominal: the compound as a whole denotes or describes a person or object having what is denoted by the second element, as bonehead, heavy-handed, redcoat.
1840–50; < Sanskrit: literally, having much rice, equivalent to bahu- much + vrīhi rice; used to name the type of compound word of which it is an example
is always a great word to know.
So is pilcrow. Does it mean: