acantho-, acanth-, -acanth, -acanths, -acanthid, -acanthous

(Greek: used either as a prefix or as a suffix; pointed appendages; spine, spiny; thorn, thorny)

myriacanth (adjective)
A reference to that which has numerous, or countless, spines or spine-like growths.
myriacanthous, Myriacanthous (adjective)
Having numerous spines, or sharp points; such as, certain fish.
notacanthkus
oligacanthous (adjective), more oligacanthous, most oligacanthous
Pertaining to having very few spines or sharp-pointed tips on stems or leaves.
oxyacanthin
oxyacanthous
Having sharp thorns.
palaeacanthocephala, paleacanthocephala (s) (noun); paleoacanthocephalans, paleacanthocephalans (pl)
paracanthosis
pentacanth
pentacanthous
Having five spines.
pleuracanth
pleuracanthous
pollacanthous
A reference to a plant that flowers many times.
pollakanthic, pollacanthic
1. Having several flowering periods.
2. Frequency in the blooming of flowers.
polyacanthous
Having many thorns.