-ander

noun combining form -an·der \ˌandər\

Definition of -ander

plural

-s

  1. :  one having (such or so many) stamens —in words denoting members of Linnaean botanical classes in -andria hexander

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Origin and Etymology of -ander

New Latin -andrus, from Greek -andros having (such or so many) men — more at -androus


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