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isomorphic (adj.)

"the same in form, alike," 1862 [Robert Gordon Latham, "Elements of Comparative Philology"], from iso- "equal, identical" + -morphic, from Greek morphē "form, shape," a word of uncertain etymology. Earlier adjective was isomorphous (1821).

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Definitions of isomorphic

isomorphic (adj.)
having similar appearance but genetically different;
Synonyms: isomorphous
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