homo-

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See also: homo, Homo, and HOMO

English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Ancient Greek ὁμός (homos, same).

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homo-

  1. same
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Etymology 2[edit]

From homosexual.

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homo-

  1. of or pertaining to homosexuals or homosexuality
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Etymology 3[edit]

From homologue

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homo-

  1. (organic chemistry) Used to form the names of compounds derived from simpler ones by addition of a methylene group
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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A clipping of words formed from Greek ὁμο- (homo-, meaning same).

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homo-

  1. homo- (all meanings)

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Finnish[edit]

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homo-

  1. homo- (same; only in loanwords directly adapted from a term in which "homo-" appears in this sense , e.g. homogeeninen, homoseksuaali, homonyymi)
  2. homo-, gay (homosexual; with common language words, e.g. homobaari, homoliitto, homomies)

French[edit]

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homo-

  1. homo- (all meanings)

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Ancient Greek ὁμός (homos, same); found only in words borrowed from other languages (cf. English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese homo-, Italian omo-).

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homo-

  1. English homo- (all meanings)

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Spanish[edit]

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homo-

  1. homo-

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