dioicous

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dioecious, diecious or dioicous (daɪˈiːʃəs, daɪˈɔɪkəs)
 
adj
Compare monoecious (of some plants) having the male and female reproductive organs in separate flowers on separate plants
 
[C18: from New Latin Dioecia name of class, from di1 + Greek oikia house, dwelling]
 
diecious, diecious or dioicous
 
adj
 
[C18: from New Latin Dioecia name of class, from di1 + Greek oikia house, dwelling]
 
dioicous, diecious or dioicous
 
adj
 
[C18: from New Latin Dioecia name of class, from di1 + Greek oikia house, dwelling]
 
di'oeciously, diecious or dioicous
 
adv
 
di'eciously, diecious or dioicous
 
adv
 
di'oicously, diecious or dioicous
 
adv
 
di'oeciousness, diecious or dioicous
 
n
 
di'eciousness, diecious or dioicous
 
n
 
di'oicousness, diecious or dioicous
 
n

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