- to approve or countenance
- Civil Law to confirm officially, as by a court of justice
Origin of homologate; from Medieval Latin homologatus, past participle of homologare ; from Classical Greek homologein, to agree, assent ; from homos, same + legein, say: see logic
transitive verbho·mol·o·gat·ed, ho·mol·o·gat·ing, ho·mol·o·gates
To approve, especially to confirm officially.
Origin of homologateMedieval Latin homologare, homologat-, from Greek homologein, to agree, from homologos, agreeing; see homologous.