Definition of -androus in English:

-androus

Pronunciation: /ˈandrəs/

combining form

Botany
Having male organs or stamens of a specified number: polyandrous

Origin

from modern Latin -andrus (from Greek -andros, from anēr, andr- 'man') + -ous.

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