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)

anthropotomist (s) (noun), anthropotomists (pl)
Someone who specializes in anthropotomy, or human anatomy.
anthropotomy (s) (noun), anthropotomies (pl)
Anatomy, or dissection, of the human body.
anthropotoxin (s) (noun), anthropotoxins (pl)
A poison believed to be exhaled from the lungs of human beings.
anthropozoic (adjective) (not comparable)
Pertaining to the period of geological formations since human existence: The anthropozoic era designates the time that has elapsed, or the rocks that have been deposited, since mankind appeared on the earth, especially in the Quaternary period.
anthropozoonosis (s) (noun), anthropozoonoses (pl)
An animal disease (zoonosis) maintained in nature by animals and transmissible to humans, e.g. rabies: One example of anthropozoonosis is brucellosis, an infectious disorder caused by brucella (non-motile-parasitic bacteria), characterized by fever, sweating, weakness, aches, and pains, and communicated to man by direct contact with sick animals or through ingestion of infected meat, milk, or cheese, and is particularly hazardous to veterinarians, farmers, and slaughterhouse workers.
anthropozoophilic (adjective), more anthropozoophilic, most anthropozoophilic
Referring to the attraction towards humans and other animals as hosts: Certain kinds of mosquitoes, for example, are anthropozoophilic in that they bite and suck the blood of a person and can cause an itchy rash.
anthropurgic (adjective), more anthropurgic, most anthropurgic
1. Worked, or acted upon, by mankind: An anthropurgic ecosystem is one created by mankind.

Strictly speaking, someone has said that anthropurgic can also refer to "creating mankind".
2. Etymology: derived from Greek anthropos, "man" and the Greek verb root erg, "work at, create, produce".

apanthropinizaton (s) (noun), apanthropinizatons (pl)
A withdrawal from a preoccupation or not being engrossed with what relates to mankind: Manfred was concentrating on the study of zoology, or animal life, instead of the habits of people.
apanthropy (s) (noun), apanthropies (pl)
A strong preference for solitude or being alone: Apanthropy is a kind of melancholy characterized by a dislike for human society.
aphilanthropy (s) (noun), aphilanthropies (pl)
1. A morbid condition in which solitude is preferred to being around human society: Aphilanthropy is a type of "anthropophobia".
2. A lack of any concern or love for mankind.
applied anthropology (s) (noun), applied anthropologies (pl)
1. Any use of anthropological knowledge to influence social interactions, to maintain or to change social institutions, or to direct the courses of cultural change.
2. A branch of anthropology that concerns itself with applying anthropological knowledge to achieve practical objectives; usually, in the service of an agency outside the traditional academic setting.
bioanthropology (s) (noun), bioanthropologies (pl)
A branch of study that deals with humans as biological organisms, including areas; such as, primatology, human genetics, human ecology, paleoanthropology, and other fields including identification, for the purposes of understanding human physical variations, in fossil hominids, and in various attempts to correlate physical with racial and psychological traits.
biological anthropology (s) (noun), biological anthropologies (pl)
See "bioanthropology" for the applicable definition for this biological anthropologyentry.
boanthropy (s) (noun), boanthropies (pl)
1. A form of madness in which a human believes herself or himself to be an ox.
2. The delusion that one is an ox.
cervanthropy (s) (noun), cervanthropies (pl)
A form of insanity when people think they are wild deer or male deers.

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

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