Definition of Analogons

1. analogon [n] - See also: analogon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Analogons

analogise
analogised
analogises
analogising
analogism
analogisms
analogist
analogists
analogizable
analogization
analogize
analogized
analogizes
analogizing
analogon
analogons (current term)
analogous
analogously
analogousness
analogousnesses
analogs
analogue
analogue computer
analogue hole
analogue watch
analogues
analogy
analphabet
analphabetic
analphabetics

Literary usage of Analogons

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1. A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine by George Bacon Wood (1858)
"It is analogons to external periostitis, and may be associated with syphilis, though it has no necessary connection with that disease. ..."

2. The Diseases of children by Fleetwood Churchill (1858)
"... to a condition analogons to the fœtal lnng, or to that state which has heen termed atelectasis. ..."

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