misandry

[mis-an-dree]
noun
hatred of males.
Compare misogyny.


Origin:
1945–50; mis-2 + -andry (as in polyandry), on the model of misogyny

misandrist, noun

misandry, misanthropy, misogyny.
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misandry (ˈmɪsəndrɪ)
 
n
hatred of men
 
[C20: from Greek, from miso- + -andria, from anēr man]
 
mis'andrist
 
n, —adj
 
mis'androus
 
adj

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misandry
1946, from miso- "hatred" + andros "of man, male human being" (see anthropo-). Related: Misandrist.
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Misandry is also comparable with misanthropy which is the hatred of humanity generally.
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