homogeny etymology

English word homogeny comes from English -geny (Generation. Origin. Production.), English homo-

Detailed word origin of homogeny

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-geny English (eng) Generation. Origin. Production.
homo- English (eng) (organic chemistry) Used to form the names of compounds derived from simpler ones by addition of a methylene group. Of or pertaining to homosexuals or homosexuality. Same.
homogeny English (eng) (biology) Similarity in structure, though of different function, because of genetic relationships.

Words with the same origin as homogeny

Descendants of -geny
amphogeny anthropogeny arrhenogeny biogeny chronogeny cryogeny crystallogeny cytogeny dynamogeny embryogeny epeirogeny geophylogeny iatrogeny ideogeny lithogeny lysogeny metallogeny monogeny nomogeny phytogeny polygeny thaumatogeny thelygenous zoogeny
Descendants of homo-
homoarginine homocarnosine homocentrism homodifunctionalized homodisubstituted homodromous homoerotic homomania homomer homonym homopaternal homophase homophobe homophobia homopurine homorhythm homosex homosphere homostructure homosubstituted homotaxis homothermal homovanillic homovanillic acid homovitexin