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Ancient Greek

Alternative forms

Etymology

? (homós, "same") +‎ - (-ios, adjectival suffix)

Pronunciation

 

Adjective

o (hómoiosm (feminine , neuter ); first/second declension

  1. Like, resembling [+dative = someone, something], similar [+dative = to someone, something]
  2. Shared, common, mutual
  3. Suited to, appropriate for
  4. Equal
  5. The same

Usage notes

In the sense "like", the word is usually followed by the dative; but sometimes by the genitive instead. Sometimes it is modified by an accusative that specifies the way in which the person or thing in question is like something else.

Inflection

Derived terms

  • ? (homoiáz?)
  • (homoiótropos)
  • (homoió?)
  • (homoí?s)

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