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Etymology of the Greek word homologos (ὁμόλογος)

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)

Derivations in Greek

homologein, homologia, omologeo

Derivations in other languages

French homologue, Italian omologo, Latin homologus

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