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Etymology of the English word isologous

the English word isologous
derived from the Greek word logos, λόγος (word, speech, topic, treatise, reasoning)
derived from the Greek word legein, λέγω (to speak)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leg- (to collect, to speak)
using the English prefix iso-
derived from the Greek word isos, ἴσος, ἴσως (similar (in amount and kind); likely; perhaps)
derived from the English word homologous
derived from the Medieval Latin word homologus (counterpart; homologue)
derived from the Greek word homologos, ὁμόλογος
derived from the Greek word logos, λόγος (word, speech, topic, treatise, reasoning)
derived from the Greek word legein, λέγω (to speak)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leg- (to collect, to speak)
using the Greek prefix homo-, ὁμο-
derived from the Greek word homos, ὦμος (same; at the same time; (conjunctionally) notwithstanding, yet still)

Date

The earliest known usage of isologous in English dates from the 19th century.

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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