malacophilous etymology

English word malacophilous comes from English -philous, English malaco- ((biology) molluscs.)

Detailed word origin of malacophilous

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-philous English (eng) Having an affinity, attraction, preference or love of something.
malaco- English (eng) (biology) molluscs.
malacophilous English (eng) (botany) pollinated by snails or slugs.

Words with the same origin as malacophilous

Descendants of -philous
aerophilous ammophilous anemophilous calciphilous chiropterophilous dendrophilous entomophilous halophilous heliophilous homophilous hydrophilous hygrophilous mesophilous myrmecophilous necrophilous ombrophilous ornithophilous petrophilous photophilous phytophilous psammophilous tropophilous xenophilous zoophilous
Descendants of malaco-
malacofauna malacophily malacozoologist