-dynamous

adjective combining form -dy·na·mous \¦dīnəməs\

Definition of -dynamous

botany

  1. :  having developing power of a (specified) type androdynamous

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Origin and Etymology of -dynamous

probably from New Latin -dynamus, from Greek -dynamos having (such) power, from dynamis power — more at dynamic


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