adjective iso·gon·ic \ˌī-sə-ˈgä-nik\

Definition of ISOGONIC

:  exhibiting equivalent relative growth of parts such that size relations remain constant
isog·o·ny \ī-ˈsä-gə-nē\ noun

Origin of ISOGONIC

isogony, from is- + -gony
First Known Use: 1924


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