-anthes


-anthes
\\ˈanˌthēz, ˈaan-, ˈain-, -n(t)_thēz\ noun combining form
Etymology: New Latin, from Greek -anthēs blooming, flowered, from anthos flower — more at anthology
: plant having (such) a flower — in generic names

Achyranthes

Polianthes

Zephyranthes


Useful english dictionary. 2012.


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