diandrous

[ dahy-an-druh s ]
/ daɪˈæn drəs /

adjective Botany.

(of a flower) having two stamens.
(of a plant) having flowers with two stamens.

Nearby words

  1. diamorphine,
  2. diamox,
  3. diamyl sulfide,
  4. diana,
  5. diana complex,
  6. dianetics,
  7. dianoetic,
  8. dianoia,
  9. dianthus,
  10. diapason

Origin of diandrous

From the New Latin word diandrus, dating back to 1760–70. See di-1, -androus

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British Dictionary definitions for diandrous

diandrous

/ (daɪˈændrəs) /

adjective

(of some flowers or flowering plants) having two stamens
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