isologous [ahy-sol-uh-guh s] Word Origin adjective Chemistry.

  1. (of two or more organic compounds) chemically related but differing in composition other than by nCH2.

Origin of isologous First recorded in 1855–60; iso- + (homo)logous British Dictionary definitions for isologous isologous adjective

  1. (of two or more organic compounds) having a similar structure but containing different atoms of the same valency

Derived Formsisologue (ˈaɪsəʊˌlɒɡ), nounWord Origin for isologous C19: from iso- + (homo) logous isologous in Medicine isologous [ī-sŏl′ə-gəs] adj.

  1. Syngeneic.

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