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ὁμο-γενής , ές,
A.of the same race or family,ζῷαDemocr.164, cf. E.Or.244, Pl.Ti.18d ; “. ψυχάE.Ph.1291 (lyr.) ; . μιάσματα, of bloodshed in a family, Id.Med.1268 (lyr.) : c. gen., “ἀνδροκτόνου γυναικὸς .Trag.Adesp.358 ; “. ἐμόςE.IT 918 ; ἀμείνους τῶν . better than their fellows, Phld.Rh.1.223 S.
2. in Arist., τὰ ὁμογενῆ of the same genus, in regard to animals, congeners, GA715a23, al. : generally, of the same kind or general character, Cat. 5b19, al., Epicur.Ep.1p.14U., Ti.Locr.99d ; opp. ἑτερογενής, Demetr. Lac.Herc.1429.2 ; opp. ἀνομογενής, Stoic.2.81 : c. gen., “μανίας οὐχ ὁμογενῆ τὴν ὀργήνPhld.Ir.p.39 W. : c. dat., Epicur.Sent.18.
II. sharing one brood with, S.OT1361 (lyr., ὁμολεχής Meineke).
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