See also: Homogeneous Homologous Homophile Homograph Homo Homogenize Homogeneity Homophone Homogenized Homophobe Homophonic Homonym Homophonous Homozygous Homophobia Homogeny Homophily Homology Homologation Homogenization
1. Homo (from Latin homō 'man') is the genus that emerged in the (otherwise extinct) genus Australopithecus that encompasses the extant species Homo sapiens (modern humans), plus several extinct species classified as either ancestral to or closely related to modern humans (depending on the species), most notably Homo erectus and Homo neanderthalensis.
Homo, Hom, Humans
2. Definition of Homo (Entry 1 of 4) : any of a genus (Homo) of hominids that includes modern humans (H
Homo, Hominids, Humans
3. Homo is a Latin word that means man, or human
4. When it is used as a prefix, as in "Homosexual," it comes from the Greek word Homos, meaning the same
5. It is from the word "Homosexual" that the noun Homo is shortened and takes its second meaning — a derogatory term for a Homosexual or gay man.
6. Homo, genus of the family Hominidae (order Primates) characterized by a relatively large cranial capacity, limb structure adapted to a habitual erect posture and a bipedal gait, well-developed and fully opposable thumbs, hands capable of power and precision grips, and the ability to make standardized precision tools, using one tool to make another.
Homo, Hominidae, Habitual, Hands
7. Homo is the genus that includes modern humans and their close extinct relatives, such as Homo habilis and Homo erectus
Homo, Humans, Habilis
8. Members of Homo are distinguished from other hominids by an erect posture, a large cranium, two-footed gait, fully opposable thumbs, and well-developed tool-making ability.
9. Prefix: from the greek Homos, it means "the same"
10. From the Latin Homo, it means "man" 2.
11. Regular Homo milk was being sold out of stores in half gallons for 33 cents against 44 cents on regular Homo milk on home delivery
Homo, Half, Home
12. Etymology 2 [ edit ] From Latin Homo ( “ man, human ” ) , sometimes as a shortening of Homo sapiens .
13. Human beings (Homo sapiens) are anatomically similar and related to the great apes but are distinguished by a more highly developed brain and a resultant capacity for …
Human, Homo, Highly
14. Homosexual definition is - of, relating to, or characterized by sexual or romantic attraction to people of one's same sex : gay
15. Homo erectus is an extinct species of early human that lived throughout the Pleistocene period from about 1.9 million years to most recently 143,000 years ago
16. What does Homo mean? Any of a genus (Homo) of hominids, consisting of existing humans (H
Homo, Hominids, Humans
17. A genus of primates that includes modern humans (Homo sapiens) and several extinct species
18. Used in combination with mock Latin adjectives to indicate a type of person or to characterize humans generally, often for humorous effect: Homo apatheticus.
Humans, Humorous, Homo
19. Homo erectus, or 'upright man', is an extinct species of human that occupies an intriguing spot within the human evolutionary lineage.
20. Homo, an abbreviation for Homogenized milk Homo-, in chemistry, a prefix indicating a Homolog, an organic analog of next higher straight chain/ring size at some part of molecule Homo (slang), an abbreviation for "Homosexual" People with the name
Homo, Homogenized, Homolog, Higher, Homosexual
21. Found 386 words that start with Homo
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24. Homo erectus (meaning "upright man") is an extinct species of archaic human from the Pleistocene, with its earliest occurrence about 2 million years ago, and its specimens are among the first recognisable members of the genus Homo
25. Humans (Homo sapiens) are a species of highly intelligent primates.They are the only extant members of the subtribe Hominina and—together with chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans—are part of the family Hominidae (the great apes, or hominids).Humans are terrestrial animals, characterized by their erect posture and bipedal locomotion; high manual dexterity and heavy tool use compared to
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26. The biological group that includes modern humans, or a member of that group: The tools might have been made by an as-yet-undiscovered early species of the genus Homo
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27. (Definition of Homo from the …
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29. (adj) A word used to describe a globalized and Homogenized culture pushed for by large companies, politicians, and Neocon/Leftist pawns
30. This culture includes metropolitan ideals such as diversity, Homosexuality, sexual degeneracy, colorblindness in regard to race, egalitarianism, money worship, and the erasure of different individual cultures, among other things.
31. Homo is the genus that includes modern humans and their close relatives
32. All species except Homo sapiens are extinct
33. Noun 1 The genus of primates of which modern humans (Homo sapiens) are the present-day representatives
34. ‘By the time the genus Homo appears in the fossil record, between 1 and 2 million years ago, fruit had been marginalized, and largely replaced by meat and by foods such as roots and tubers.’
35. Homo ergaster was the first of our ancestors to look more like modern humans
36. Not everyone accepts this species name, some still prefer to use the term African Homo erectus .
37. The origin of the genus Homo in Africa signals the beginning of the shift from increasingly bipedal apes to primitive, large-brained, stone tool-making, meat-eaters that traveled far and wide
38. This early part of the human genus is represented by three species: Homo habilis, Homo rudolfensis, and Homo erectus.H
Human, Homo, Habilis
39. Homo economicus, or economic human, is the figurative human being characterized by the infinite ability to make rational decisions
40. Homo ergaster ("working man") is an extinct hominid species (or subspecies, according to some authorities) which lived throughout eastern and southern Africa between 1.9 to 1.4 million years ago
41. Synonyms for Homo in Free Thesaurus
42. 19 synonyms for Homo: being, body, creature, human, human being, individual, life, man, mortal, party, person
43. Homo erectus was a very successful early human, spreading across the ancient world and surviving Earth’s changing environments for nearly two million years—at least five times longer than our
44. Neanderthals (/ n i ˈ æ n d ər t ɑː l, n eɪ-,-θ ɔː l /, also Neandertals, Homo neanderthalensis or Homo sapiens neanderthalensis) are an extinct species or subspecies of archaic humans who lived in Eurasia until about 40,000 years ago
45. The earliest Homo erectus were contemporaries of the late Homo habilis in East Africa for several hundred thousand years
Homo, Habilis, Hundred
46. This suggests that the immediate ancestor of Homo erectus was an early Homo habilis or possibly another yet to be discovered species of early humans
Homo, Habilis, Humans
47. Homo erectus was a very successful human species, lasting at least 1.5 million years, though
48. Homo neanderthalensis or Neanderthals is an extinct species or subspecies within the genus Homo and closely related to modern humans
49. The term Homo economicus, or economic man, is the portrayal of humans as agents who are consistently rational and narrowly self-interested, and who pursue their subjectively-defined ends optimally.It is a word play on Homo sapiens, used in some economic theories and in pedagogy.
50. In game theory, Homo economicus is often modelled through the assumption of perfect rationality.
51. The key difference between Homo and Lumo is that the Homo donates electrons whereas the LUMO receives electrons.
52. The terms Homo and LUMO are under the subtopic “molecular orbital theory” in general chemistry
53. The term Homo stands for “highest occupied molecular orbital” while the term LUMO stands for “lowest unoccupied molecular orbital”.
54. Homo naledi is a species of archaic human discovered in the Rising Star Cave, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa dating to the Middle Pleistocene 335,000–236,000 years ago
Homo, Human, Humankind
55. Despite this exceptionally high number of specimens, their classification with other Homo remains
56. “Homo naledi (like Homo floresiensis) pounds another nail into that analytical coffin,” he says by email
57. Homo RELIGIOSUS Homo RELIGIOSUS
58. As a result, Linnaeus designated the human species Homo sapiens
59. “Homo-” in Gran Diccionari de la Llengua Catalana, Grup Enciclopèdia Catalana
60. “Homo-” in Diccionari normatiu valencià, Acadèmia Valenciana de la Llengua
61. “Homo-” in Diccionari català-valencià-balear, Antoni Maria Alcover and Francesc de Borja Moll, 1962.
62. Homo erectus was the first of our ancestors to physically resemble modern humans
63. Homo georgicus is a species of Homo that was proposed in 2002
64. It is based on fossil skulls and jaws found in Dmanisi, Georgia in 1999 and 2001, which seem intermediate between Homo habilis and H
65. What does no Homo mean? No Homo is an extremely offensive, anti-gay expression
66. Some heterosexual men say no Homo to emphasize their sexual orientation after saying something complimentary, affectionate, or otherwise positive to another man that they worry could be interpreted as romantic or sexual.
67. The Homo in no Homo is an extremely offensive slang shortening for Homosexual.
68. Homo definition: a Homosexual man Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
homo (noun) · homos (plural noun)
Definition of homo (Entry 1 of 4) : any of a genus (Homo) of hominids that includes modern humans (H. sapiens) and several extinct related species (such as H. erectus and H. habilis)
Definition of homo faber 1 : the human being as the maker or creator 2 in Bergsonism : the human being as engaged in transforming both the self morally and material things —contrasted with homo sapiens
The Latin noun homō (genitive hominis) means "human being" or "man" in the generic sense of "human being, mankind". The binomial name Homo sapiens was coined by Carl Linnaeus (1758). Names for other species of the genus were introduced beginning in the second half of the 19th century (H. neanderthalensis 1864, H. erectus 1892).
Medical Definition of homo. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 capitalized : a genus of primate mammals of the family Hominidae that includes modern humans (H. sapiens) and several extinct related species (as H. erectus) 2 plural homos : any primate mammal of the genus Homo.