Gynandrous meaning

gīnandrəs, jinandrəs
(bot.) Having the stamen and pistil united in one column, as in the orchids.
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Characterized by hermaphroditism.
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(botany) Having stamens and pistils together in a column.

Orchids have gynandrous flowers.

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(philosophy) Exhibiting characteristics of both feminine and masculine. Both denotational synonym and connotational antonym of androgynous.
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Origin of gynandrous

  • From gyno- (“woman”) + andro- (“man”).

    From Wiktionary