[hoh-muh-loj-i-kuhl, hom-uh-]
Also, homologic.

1840–50; homolog(y) + -ical

homologically, adverb
unhomologic, adjective
unhomological, adjective
unhomologically, adverb
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homologous, homological or homologic (həʊˈmɒləɡəs, hɒ-, ˌhəʊməˈlɒdʒɪkəl, ˌhɒm-)
1.  having a related or similar position, structure, etc
2.  chem (of a series of organic compounds) having similar characteristics and structure but differing by a number of CH2 groups
3.  med
 a.  (of two or more tissues) identical in structure
 b.  (of a vaccine) prepared from the infecting microorganism
4.  biology Compare analogous (of organs and parts) having the same evolutionary origin but different functions: the wing of a bat and the paddle of a whale are homologous
5.  maths (of elements) playing a similar role in distinct figures or functions
homological, homological or homologic
homologic, homological or homologic
homo'logically, homological or homologic

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