iso-

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See also: iso, īso, and ISO

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From Ancient Greek ἴσος (ísos, equal).

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iso-

  1. Equal; same.
    isoeffect, isorhythm, isointense
  2. (chemistry) Forms terms relating to isomers.
    Isomethadone is an isomer of methadone.
  3. (organic chemistry) (of an aliphatic compound, especially a fatty acid) Having a branch on the penultimate carbon atom of a chain.
    isohexane
  4. (meteorology, geography) Forms terms for specific kinds of isolines.
    isotherm, isochrone
  5. (mathematics) Forms terms relating to isomorphisms.

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Finnish[edit]

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From Ancient Greek ἴσος (ísos, equal).

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  1. iso-

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French[edit]

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From Ancient Greek ἴσος (ísos, equal).

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  1. iso-

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  1. iso-

Portuguese[edit]

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From Ancient Greek ἴσος (ísos, equal).

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  1. iso-

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ἴσος (ísos, equal).

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iso-

  1. iso-
    Synonym: equi-

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