isochronous

[ ahy-sok-ruh-nuh s ]
/ aɪˈsɒk rə nəs /

adjective


Nearby words

  1. isochronal,
  2. isochrone,
  3. isochronia,
  4. isochronism,
  5. isochronize,
  6. isochrony,
  7. isochroous,
  8. isocitrate dehydrogenase,
  9. isocitric acid,
  10. isoclinal

Origin of isochronous

From the New Latin word isochronus, dating back to 1700–10. See isochronal, -ous

Related formsi·soch·ro·nous·ly, adverb

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Word Origin and History for isochronous

isochronous

adj.

1706, with suffix -ous, from Modern Latin isochronus, from Greek isokhronos "equal in time," from iso- "equal" (see iso-) + khronos "time" (see chrono-). Earlier in same sense was isochronal (1670s).

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Medicine definitions for isochronous

isochronous

[ ī-sŏkrə-nəs ]

adj.

Occurring during the same time.

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