antho- [an′t̸hō, -t̸hə]
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Origin: ; from Classical Greek anthos, a flower ; from Indo-European an unverified form andhos, flower, vegetation ; from base an unverified form andh-, to sprout, bloom
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Origin: Greek, from anthos, flower.