anthropo-


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anthropo-

(an'thrō-pō), Distinguish this combining form from andro-.
Involving human beings.
[G. anthrōpos, a human being (of either sex)]

anthropo-

a prefix meaning 'man or human': anthropoid, anthropology.

anthropo-

Prefix meaning human.
[G. anthrōpos, a human being (of either sex)]

anthropo-

Combining form denoting human or man.

anthropo-

prefix denoting man or human.

anthropo-

Distinguish this combining form from andro-.
Combining form denoting involving human beings.
[G. anthrōpos, a human being (of either sex)]

anthropo-

word element. [Gr.] human being.
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Like all of Estrada's hopeful monsters, Hablador is a figure caught between two worlds: wavering between anthropo- and amorphic, he's firm only in his refusal to be pinned down, his refusal to be entirely one thing or the other.