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Etymology of the French word inhomogène

the French word inhomogène
derived from the French word homogène
derived from the Latin word homogeneus (homogeneous)
derived from the Greek word homogenes, ὁμογενής
using the Greek prefix homo-, ὁμο-
derived from the Greek word homos, ὦμος (same; at the same time; (conjunctionally) notwithstanding, yet still)
derived from the Greek word genos, γένος ('kin' (abstract or concrete, literal or figurative, individual or collective))
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *genə-
using the Greek suffix -gène
derived from the Greek word omogenes
using the Greek prefix homo-, ὁμο-
derived from the Greek word homos, ὦμος (same; at the same time; (conjunctionally) notwithstanding, yet still)
using the Greek prefix gen-, γεν-
derived from the Old French word in-

Derivations in French

inhomogénéité



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