isomerous [ahy-som-er-uh s] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. having an equal number of parts, markings, etc.
  2. Botany. (of a flower) having the same number of members in each whorl.

Origin of isomerous First recorded in 1855–60; iso- + -mere + -ous Examples from the Web for isomerous Historical Examples of isomerous

  • Isomerous, the same number in the successive circles or sets.

    The Elements of Botany

    Asa Gray

  • British Dictionary definitions for isomerous isomerous adjective

    1. having an equal number of parts or markings
    2. (of flowers) having floral whorls with the same number of partsCompare anisomerous

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