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diandrous

[ dahy-an-druhs ]
/ daɪˈæn drəs /
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adjective Botany.

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

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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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