philogyny

[ fi-loj-uh-nee ]
/ fɪˈlɒdʒ ə ni /

noun

love of or liking for women.

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Origin of philogyny

1745–55; <Greek philogynía.See philo-, -gyny

OTHER WORDS FROM philogyny

phi·log·y·nist, nounphi·log·y·nous, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for philogyny

philogyny
/ (fɪˈlɒdʒɪnɪ) /

noun

rare fondness for womenCompare misogyny

Derived forms of philogyny

philogynist, nounphilogynous, adjective

Word Origin for philogyny

C17: from Greek philogunia, from philo- + gunē woman
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