[ hoh-mok-ruh-nuhs, ho- ]

  1. (of a genetic character) occurring at the same age or period in the offspring as in the parent.

Origin of homochronous

First recorded in 1875–80, homochronous is from the Greek word homóchronos of the same time. See homo-, chron-, -ous

Words Nearby homochronous

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