[hoh-moh-luh-goo-muh-nuh, -gyoo-] /ˌhoʊ moʊ ləˈgu mə nə, -ˈgyu-/
noun, (used with a singular verb)
the books in the New Testament generally held as authoritative and canonical by the early church.
[huh-mol-uh-jee, hoh-] /həˈmɒl ə dʒi, hoʊ-/ noun, plural homologies. 1. the state of being homologous; homologous relation or correspondence. 2. Biology. 3. Chemistry. the similarity of organic compounds of a series in which each member differs from its adjacent compounds by a fixed increment, as by CH 2 . 4. Mathematics. a classification of figures […]
[huh-mol-uh-sin, -sahyn, hoh-] /həˈmɒl ə sɪn, -ˌsaɪn, hoʊ-/ noun, Cartography. 1. an equal-area projection of the world, distorting ocean areas in order to minimize the distortion of the continents. /hɒˈmɒləˌsaɪn/ noun 1. a map projection of the world on which the oceans are distorted to allow for greater accuracy in representing the continents, combining the […]
homolysin ho·mol·y·sin (hō-mŏl’ĭ-sĭn) n. A sensitizing, hemolytic antibody formed as the result of stimulation by an antigen derived from an animal of the same species.
/hɒˈmɒlɪsɪs/ noun 1. the dissociation of a molecule into two neutral fragments Also called homolytic fission Compare heterolysis (sense 2) homolysis ho·mol·y·sis (hō-mŏl’ĭ-sĭs) n.