iso-, before a vowel sometimes is- comb. form of Gr. isos equal, in many techn. terms, as isobar XIX (Gr. báros weight; cf. BAROMETER); isochronal XVII, isochronous XVIII (Gr. khrónos time); isomeric XIX (-G. isomerisch, f. Gr. méros part).
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