anthrop-, anthropo-, -anthrope, -anthropic, -anthropical, -anthropically, -anthropism, -anthropist, -anthropoid, -anthropus, -anthropy

(Greek: man, mankind; human beings; including, males (man, men; boy, boys) and females (woman, women; girl, girls); all members of the human race; people, humanity)

clan anthropology (s) (noun), clan anthropologies (pl)
A kinship group normally comprising several lineages or ancestors; its members are related by a unilingual descent rule, but it is too large to enable members to trace actual biological links to all of the other members.
class anthropology (s) (noun), class anthropologies (pl)
A system of stratification defined by unequal access to economic resources and prestige, but permitting individuals to alter their current ranks.
criminal anthropology (s) (noun) (usually no plural)
The application of the study of humanity regarding the possible identifications of the physical and psychological characteristics and reasons for illegal activities: The federal agents were focused on using criminal anthropology in order to find out why some cities have so many criminal acts in certain districts or neighborhoods.
crinanthropist (s) (noun), crinanthropists (pl)
Someone who judges or criticizes mankind.
crinanthropy (s) (noun), crinanthropies (pl)
The judgment or criticism of people in general.
cultural anthropology (s) (noun), cultural anthropologies (pl)
The scientific study of arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievements regarded collectively or the understanding of specific societies; including social structure, language, religion, art, and technology.
cyberanthropology (s) (noun), cyberanthropologies (pl)
A branch of the study of humans which deals with computer systems and the culturally informed interrelationships between human beings and technologies: Cyberanthropologies are studies that indicate attempts which are being made to come together with the technological aspects of human and other biological organisms, with human society, and with the culturally shaped environment that results from the influences of modern cyber-technologies.
cynanthropy, kynanthropy (s) (noun); cynanthropies, kynanthropies (pl)
1. The delusion or madness that a person has about being a dog which is imagined by him or her who barks and growls.
2. Insanity in which the patient behaves like a dog: Jim's father started to have delusions during which he barked and growled, imagining himself to be a dog.
dendranthropologic (adjective), more dendranthropologic, most dendranthropologic
Relating to studis based on the theory that mankind came from trees.
dendranthropological (adjective), more dendranthropological, most dendranthropological
dendranthropology (s) (noun), dendranthropologies (pl)
The theory that trees were involved in the origin of mankind or the arboreal origins of humans.
descriptive anthropology (s) (noun), descriptive anthropologies (pl)
A branch of human studies that provides scientific descriptions of individual societies of people.
Eoanthropus (s) (noun), Eoanthropi (pl)
The name given to fossil organisms or a member of a genus represented by what was formerly believed to be the skull of a prehistoric human.
fecal anthropology (s) (noun), fecal anthropologies (pl)
The study of human excrement to determine the diet and health of the people who produced it: Elements of seeds, small bones, and parasite eggs provide clues in fecal anthropology and intact feces of ancient people may be found in caves, in arid climates, and in other places where people have lived in the past.
forensic anthropologist (s) (noun), forensic anthropologists (pl)
Someone who gathers evidence regarding the deaths of people: A forensic anthropologist may team up with forensic pathologists, forensic dentists, and homicide detectives to identify dead people and the time and what caused their deaths.

Links to other units that include the topic of "man", "mankind":
andro-; homo-; vir-.

Related "people, human" word units: demo-; ethno-; ochlo-; popu-; publi-.