misandry etymology

English word misandry comes from English mis- (Bad or wrong; badly or wrongly. In error. Lack or failure.), English -andry

Detailed word origin of misandry

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
mis- English (eng) Bad or wrong; badly or wrongly. In error. Lack or failure.
-andry English (eng) Male mate(s), husband(s). Male reproductive organ(s); (especially in, _, botany) : stamen(s). Man, men; male(s).
misandry English (eng) Hatred of or contempt for men.

Words with the same origin as misandry

Descendants of mis-
misapprehension misappropriation misbehavior miscalculation misconception misconduct misdirect misdirection misfit misfortune mishap misinterpret misinterpretation misjudge mismanagement mismatch misprint misrepresentation misstep mistreat mistreatment mistrial mistrust misunderstand misuse
Descendants of -andry
gynandrous gynandry misandric monoandry polyandry pseudandry