trichogyne[trik′ə jīn′, -jin]
Origin of trichogynetricho- + Classical Greek gynē, woman, female
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French, from Ancient Greek Î¸ÏÎ¯Î¾ (thriks, â€œhairâ€) + Î³Ï…Î½Î® (gunÄ“, â€œfemaleâ€)