noun ho·mog·o·ny \-nē\

Definition of homogony



  1. :  a condition of having one kind of flowers with the androecium and gynoecium of uniform relative length —opposed to heterogony

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Origin and Etymology of homogony

hom- + -gony

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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