anthrop-

anthrop-
or anthropo- combining form Etymology: Latin anthropo-, from Greek anthrōp-, anthrōpo-, from anthrōpos human being <
anthropogenic
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • anthrop- — ⇒ANTHROP(O) , (ANTHROP , ANTHROPO )élément préf. Élément de compos. empr. du gr. (de « homme »), utilisé pour la formation de nombreux termes dans différents domaines scientifiques. A. SC. HUM. 1. GÉOGRAPHIE : anthropogéographie, subst. fém. «… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • -anthrop- — LAff Mensch per. Wortschatz bildg. ( ) Beschreibung von Affixen. Das griechische Wort für Mensch (gr. ánthrōpos) wird sowohl als Vorderglied wie auch als Hinterglied von Komposita in die neulateinische Wissenschaftssprache entlehnt und wird in… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • anthrop. — anthrop. (anthropological) adj. pertaining to the study of the development of the human race anthrop. (anthropology) n. study of the development of the human race …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Anthrop.... — Anthrop...., s. u. Anthropos …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • anthrop — abbrev. 1. anthropological 2. anthropology * * * …   Universalium

  • anthrop — abbrev. 1. anthropological 2. anthropology …   English World dictionary

  • anthrop- — combining form or anthropo Etymology: Latin anthropo , from Greek anthrōp , anthrōpo , from anthrōpos, perhaps irregular from andr , anēr man (male person) + ōpos (from ōps face) more at andr , optic : human …   Useful english dictionary

  • anthrop. — 1. anthropological. 2. anthropology. * * * anthrop , combining form. the form of anthropo (Cf. ↑anthropo ) before vowels, as in anthropoid. anthrop., 1. anthropological. 2. anthropology …   Useful english dictionary

  • anthrop — /ˈænθrɒp/ (say anthrop) noun Colloquial an anthropologist …   Australian English dictionary

  • anthrop — abbreviation anthropological; anthropology …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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