[ uh-nem-uh-kawr, -kohr ]
/ əˈnɛm əˌkɔr, -ˌkoʊr /
an anemochorous plant, seed, or spore.
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Origin of anemochore
anemo- + -chore < Greek chōreîn to spread
Words nearby anemochore
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British Dictionary definitions for anemochore
/ (əˈniːməʊˌkɔː) /
a plant in which the fruits or seeds are dispersed by wind
Derived forms of anemochoreanemochorous, adjective
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