homogeneous
[ hohmuhjeeneeuhs, jeenyuhs, homuh ]
/ ˌhoʊ məˈdʒi ni əs, ˈdʒin yəs, ˌhɒm ə /

adjective
composed of parts or elements that are all of the same kind; not heterogeneous: a homogeneous population.
of the same kind or nature; essentially alike.
Mathematics.
 having a common property throughout: a homogeneous solid figure.
 having all terms of the same degree: a homogeneous equation.
 relating to a function of several variables that becomes multiplied by some power of a constant when each variable is multiplied by that constant: x2y3 is a homogeneous expression of degree 5.
 relating to a differential equation in which a linear combination of derivatives is set equal to zero.
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 homogametic,
 homogamous,
 homogamy,
 homogenate,
 homogeneity,
 homogeneous charge compression ignition,
 homogeneous radiation,
 homogeneous system,
 homogenesis,
 homogenetic
Origin of homogeneous
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homogeneous
/ (ˌhəʊməˈdʒiːnɪəs, ˌhɒm) /
adjective
composed of similar or identical parts or elements
of uniform nature
similar in kind or nature
having a constant property, such as density, throughout
maths
 (of a polynomial) containing terms of the same degree with respect to all the variables, as in x ² + 2 xy + y ²
 (of a function) containing a set of variables such that when each is multiplied by a constant, this constant can be eliminated without altering the value of the function, as in cos x / y + x / y
 (of an equation) containing a homogeneous function made equal to 0
Also (for senses 1–4): homogenous
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homogeneous
1640s, from Medieval Latin homogeneus, from Greek homogenes "of the same kind," from homos "same" (see homo (1)) + genos "kind, gender, race, stock" (see genus). Earlier in this sense was homogeneal (c.1600).
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homogeneous
[ hō′məjē′nēəs, jēn′yəs ]
adj.
Of the same or similar nature or kind.
Uniform in structure or composition throughout, as of a chemical mixture.
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