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Homo may also refer to:
- ὅμο-, Greek prefix meaning "the same", opposite of "hetero-" (Greek ἕτερο- )
- "Homo-" (also "dihomo-"), a prefix that may be used in organic chemistry's trivial names to indicate a next higher straight chain homolog, i.e., one noncyclic carbon more (and similarly "dihomo-" meaning two noncyclic carbons more) – examples include:
- Homo, a colloquial abbreviation for homogenized milk (Canadian English)
- Homo (surname), a French surname originating from Brittany and Normandy, borrowed from church Latin
- Homos, an alternate spelling for hummus or hommus, a Levantine Arab food dip or spread made from chickpeas
- HOMO, in chemistry an acronym for Highest Occupied Molecular Orbital
- Homo, Latin for "man", "human being"
- HomO, short name of the Swedish Ombudsman against Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation
- Homo (slang) a colloquial, usually pejorative abbreviation for "homosexual" (adjective or noun)
- Homo, wolfhound in Victor Hugo's novel The Man Who Laughs
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