Origin: Fr anthère < ModL anthera (in L, medicine composed of flowers) < Gr anthēros, blooming < IE *andher-, a sprout, stalk < base *andh-: see antho-
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Origin: Medieval Latin anthēra, pollen, from Latin, a medicine extracted from flowers, from Greek, from feminine of anthēros, flowery, from anthos, flower.
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