Didynamia

plural noun Di·dy·na·mia \ˌdīdə̇ˈnāmēə\

Definition of Didynamia

in former classifications

  1. :  a class of plants including those having flowers with four stamens disposed in pairs of unequal length

didynamian

or

didynamic

\-¦namik\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of didynamia

New Latin, from di- + Greek dynamis power + New Latin -ia — more at dynamic


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