Diandrous
Diandrous Di*an"drous, n. [Cf. F. diandre.] (Bot.) Of or pertaining to the class Diandria; having two stamens. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • diandrous — [dī an′drəs] adj. [ DI 1 + ANDROUS] having two stamens …   English World dictionary

  • diandrous — /duy an dreuhs/, adj. Bot. 1. (of a flower) having two stamens. 2. (of a plant) having flowers with two stamens. [1760 70; < NL diandrus. See DI 1, ANDROUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • diandrous — di·an·drous …   English syllables

  • diandrous — di•an•drous [[t]daɪˈæn drəs[/t]] adj. bot (of a flower) having two stamens • Etymology: 1760–70; < NL diandrus. See di I, androus …   From formal English to slang

  • diandrous — /daɪˈændrəs/ (say duy andruhs) adjective 1. (of a flower) having two stamens. 2. (of a plant) having flowers with two stamens. {New Latin diandrus. See di 1, androus} …   Australian English dictionary

  • diandrous —   a. Botany, having two stamens …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • diandrous — adj. having two stamens. Etymology: DI (1) + Gk aner andr man …   Useful english dictionary

  • diandry — dianˈdry noun The practice or condition of being diandrous • • • Main Entry: ↑diandrous …   Useful english dictionary

  • di|an|drous — «dy AN druhs», adjective. Botany. 1. having two stamens: »diandrous flowers. 2. having flowers with two stamens: »diandrous plants. ╂[< New Latin diandrus (with nglish ous) < Greek di twice + an , andrós man] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Diandrian — Di*an dri*an, a. Diandrous. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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