Definition of Pentandria in English:

Pentandria

noun

Botany
historical
  • In the Linnaean artificial system: the fifth class of plants, comprising those having hermaphrodite flowers with five stamens; (also) an order characterized by flowers with five stamens in any of certain other classes.

Origin

Mid 18th century. From scientific Latin Pentandria (Linnaeus Systema Naturae) from penta- + -andria.

Pronunciation

Pentandria

/pɛnˈtandrɪə/