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homo- , before a vowel hom-, comb. form of Gr. homós SAME. homogeneous XVII. f. scholL. homogeneus, f. Gr. homogenēs, -gene-, f. génos, gene- KIN.
So homogeneity XVII, homologous XVII. homonym XVII. — L. homōnymum — Gr. homōnumon, n. of homōnumos (see NAME). homophone XVII (only in dictionaries before XIX). — Gr. homóphōnos (phōnḗ sound).

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homo-

homo- • comb. form 1. same: homogametic. 2. relating to homosexual love: homoerotic.Often contrasted with hetero-.

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homo-

homo- From the Greek homos meaning ‘the same’, a prefix meaning ‘the same’ or ‘alike’.

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"homo-." A Dictionary of Earth Sciences. . Encyclopedia.com. 23 Aug. 2017 <http://www.encyclopedia.com>.

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homo-

homo- A prefix meaning ‘the same’, derived from the Greek homoios, meaning ‘like’. Compare hetero-.

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homo-

homo- A prefix meaning ‘the same’, derived from the Greek homoios, meaning ‘like’.

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homo-

homo- combining form denoting the same or common.

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homo- A prefix from the Greek homos, ‘same’. Compare HETERO-.

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