Homogeneous Definition

hōmə-jēnē-əs, -jēnyəs
The same in structure, quality, etc.; similar or identical.
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Composed of similar or identical elements or parts; uniform.
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Having all terms of the same dimensions or degree.
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(chemistry) In the same state of matter.

Origin of Homogeneous

  • From Medieval Latin homogeneus, from Ancient Greek ὁμογενής (homogenēs, “of the same race, family or kind”), from ὁμός (homos, “same”) + γένος (genos, “kind”). Compare homo- (“same”) and -ous, adjectival suffix.

    From Wiktionary

  • From Medieval Latin homogeneus from Greek homogenēs homo- homo- genos kind heterogeneous

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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