Gyny definitions

Gyny is defined as something relating to women or female organs.

An example of gyny is monogyny, which is being married to one woman at a time.

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The state or condition of having a specified number of women or females.

Monogyny.

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The condition of being situated in a specified place with respect to female plant organs.

Epigyny.

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The condition of having a specified number or kind of female plant organs.

Protogyny.

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The state of having or relating to a (specified) number of women or females at a time.

Monogyny.

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The state of being located in a (specified) relation to the female organ of a plant.
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The state or condition of having a specified number of women or females.

Monogyny.

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The condition of being situated in a specified place with respect to female plant organs.

Epigyny.

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The condition of having a specified number or kind of female plant organs.

Protogyny.

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The state of having a specific number of wives.
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(botany) A situation with respect to female plant organs.
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(botany) Having a specified number or type of female plant organs.
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Origin of gyny

From Greek gunē woman gwen- in Indo-European roots