poliandria (Spanish, noun)

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Term or phrase poliandria
Language Spanish
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Description of origin, manner, or change of usage Compuesto de polýs (mucho) y anér, andrós (varón): Significa por tanto muchos varones y se refiere a la forma de poligamia en que la mujer tiene varios esposos. Sin embargo en la lengua griega el término poly-andría (muchos varones) no significaba muchos maridos, sino muchos habitantes.
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Was the source of the description in print? If so, insert the source here. Machado Schiaffino, Carlos, Diccionario Jurídico Polilingüe: Español, alemán, francés, inglés, italiano, portugués (Buenos Aires: Ediciones La Rocca, 1996), 403
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Facts about "poliandria (Spanish, noun)"RDF feed
Has connection to term or phrasepolýs +, mucho +, anér +, andrós +, varón +, poligamia +, mujer +, esposo +, poly-andría +, marido + and habitante +
Has description of origin, manner, or change of usageCompuesto de polýs (mucho) y anér,Compuesto de polýs (mucho) y anér, andrós (varón): Significa por tanto muchos varones y se refiere a la forma de poligamia en que la mujer tiene varios esposos. Sin embargo en la lengua griega el término poly-andría (muchos varones) no significaba muchos maridos, sino muchos habitantes.ba muchos maridos, sino muchos habitantes.
Has function in sentence or vocabularynoun +
Has languageSpanish +
Has quotation or paraphrasequotation +
Has source of information in printMachado Schiaffino, Carlos, Diccionario Jurídico Polilingüe: Español, alemán, francés, inglés, italiano, portugués (Buenos Aires: Ediciones La Rocca, 1996), 403 +
Is term or phrasepoliandria +