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)

anthropomorphotheist (s) (noun), anthropomorphotheist (pl)
Someone who ascribes human attributes or characteristics to God or to a god.
anthropomorphous (adjective), more anthropomorphous, most anthropomorphous
A reference to the human form; having the form of, or resemblance to, a human.

"As little does the absence of anthropomorphous apes prove that they never existed among the fauna of Southern Europe; the gorilla, for instance, inhabits silent forests where scarcely any other four-footed animals are met with."

Anthropoid Apes, by Robert Hartmann; Professor in the University of Berlin;
D. Appleton & Co.; New York; 1883.
anthropomorphously (adverb), more anthropomorphously, most anthropomorphously
1. A reference to having or suggesting human form and appearance to non-human creatures or objects.
2. Characterized by ascribing human motivation, characteristics, or behavior to things not human; such as, inanimate objects, animals, or natural phenomena.
anthroponomical (adjective), more anthroponomical, most anthroponomical
Relating to the laws that regulate human action.
anthroponomics (pl) (noun (a plural that is used as a singular)
The science regarding the laws of the development of human organisms in relation to other life forms and to the environment.
anthroponomist (s) (noun), anthroponomists (pl)
A specialist in the science of human behavior.
anthroponomy (s) (noun), anthroponomies (pl)
1. The science of the laws of the development of the human organism, or species, in relation to other organisms and to their environments.
2. The science of human behavior.
anthroponosis (s) (noun), anthroponoses (pl)
A infectious disease caused by an agent originally found in other vertebrates, or animals, than from humans which has become adapted to man alone and is not found in other animal hosts, although it may continue to have a life cycle involving invertebrate intermediate hosts.
anthroponym (s) (noun), anthroponyms (pl)
A personal name of a human being.
anthroponymic (adjective) (not comparable)
A reference to a person's personal name.
anthroponymy (s) (noun) (no plural)
Personal names of people as a subject of study or the study of names.
anthropopathic (adjective), more anthropopathic, most anthropopathic
Of or pertaining to human passions or feelings of a being or beings that are not human; especially, to a deity.
anthropopathically (adverb), more anthropopathically, most anthropopathically
Characteristic of non-human objects as being alive and with a person's feelings or to describe God as having such a person's features.
anthropopathy (an" throh PAHP uh thee) (s) (noun), anthropopathies (pl)
The attribution of human emotions to non-humans: Anthropopathy can be applied to gods, lower animals, or inanimate objects in nature.
anthropophage (s) (noun), anthropophagi (pl)
A member of a mythical race of cannibals or people eaters.

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

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