Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An element in many compound words of Greek origin, meaning man, and hence masculine, male; especially, in botany (also terminally, -androus, -ander, -andria), with reference to the male organs or stamens of a flower. See -androus.
- n. informal androstenedione
“Some experts say andro is sold over the counter because it gets through the government regulations as a dietary supplement on a loophole, that its molecular structure is just like steroids.”
“Now a couple of things about THG and another steroid known as andro that used to be legal.”
“They may have also heard of a substance known as andro, another designer steroid.”
“andro" -- which was not illegal at the time and was widely available.”
“Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and androstenedione ( "andro") are weaker androgens that decline with age.”
“Supplements containing ephedra, androstenedione ( "andro" was inadvertently popularized by former star Mark McGwire) and creatine (used by preeminent slugger Barry Bonds) have been associated with hormonal imbalance, kidney ailments and injury or death.”
“We ignored our suspicions, the physical changes in some players, even McGwire's public connection in '98 to the quasi-steroid called "andro," because Mac and Sammy were such fun as they hit 70 and 66 homers.”
“If you keep the testosterone levels up, even though "andro" is not steroids, it allows you to release more of the testosterone in your body.”
“The Mitchell Report fails to note the players caught under baseball’s new random testing policy as well as those caught using or admitted to using andro which is a steroid.”
“Some cissexuals, particularly in my experience non-normatively gendered andro or butch identified lesbians, focus on cisgender as a term in order to deny they have cissexual privilege.”
Looking for tweets for andro.