Misandry

Misandry i is the hatred or dislike of men or boys. ==Origins== Misandry, a word which appeared in the nineteenth century, is parallel in form to `misogyny` which has been in English use since at least 1620, in the cognate form `misogenyst`. The form `misandrist` was used in The Spectator magazine in April 1871. It appeared in Merriam-Webste...
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misandry

Aversion to or hatred of men. ... Origin: G. Miseo, to hate, + aner, andros, male ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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misandry

hatred of men
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misandry

misandry, misandria 1. A hatred of a man or of men in general; especially by women. 2. An extreme dislike of males, frequently based upon unhappy experiences or upbringing as a child.
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misandry

Type: Term Pronunciation: mis′an-drē Definitions: 1. Aversion to or hatred of men.
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