antho-, anth-, anthero-, anther-, -antherous, -anthemous, -anthic, -anthous, -anthus, -anthy

(Greek: flower, flowers; blossom, blossoms; that which buds or sprouts)

A rose by any other name probably means the speaker is ignorant about the names of flowers.

A variety of sugar, isomeric with sucrose, found in the tubers of the Jerusalem artichoke, in the dahlia, and other Composit[ae].
The adhesion of flowers that are usually separate.
A flower having both gynaecium and androecium; hermaphroditic flowers.
Having three flowers.
1. Of or pertaining to the Zoantharia.
2. One of the Anthozoa.
A genus of Actinaria, including numerous species, found mostly in tropical seas.

The zooids or polyps resemble small, elongated actinias united together at their bases by fleshy stolons, and thus forming extensive groups. The tentacles are small and bright colored.