archaeobotanist etymology

English word archaeobotanist comes from English botanist, English archaeo- (Ancient, early, primitive.)

Detailed word origin of archaeobotanist

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
botanist English (eng) (botany) A person engaged in botany, the scientific study of plants.
archaeo- English (eng) Ancient, early, primitive.
archaeobotanist English (eng) (archaeology) A person engaged in archaeobotany.

Words with the same origin as archaeobotanist

Descendants of botanist
Francoa francoa genus name plumeria
Descendants of archaeo-
Archaeozoic archaeastronomy archaeoacoustics archaeoastronomer archaeoastronomical archaeobotany archaeoclimatic archaeogenetics archaeographic archaeolinguistics archaeolipid archaeolithic archaeologic archaeomagnetic archaeomalacology archaeomancy archaeomaterial archaeometallurgy archaeophyte archaeoseismological archaeoseismology archaeosurface archaeozoological archaeozoologist archaeozoology