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misogyny (n.)

"hatred of women," 1650s, from Modern Latin misogynia, from Greek misogynia, abstract noun from misogynēs "woman-hater," from miso- "hatred" (see miso-) + gynē "woman" (from PIE root *gwen- "woman"). Its opposite is philogyny (1620s).

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Definitions of misogyny

misogyny (n.)
hatred of women;
Synonyms: misogynism
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