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Homo

 [ho´mo]
[L.] the genus of primates containing the single living species H. sapiens (human beings).

Homo

(hō'mō),
The genus of primates that includes humans.
[L. man]

Homo

/Ho·mo/ (ho´mo) [L.] the genus of primates containing the single species H. sapiens (man).

Homo

(hō′mō)
n.
A genus of primates that includes modern humans (Homo sapiens) and several extinct species.

Homo

Palaeoanthropology
The genus of hominids to which humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) belong; Homo is thought to be 2 million years old, and first appeared in eastern Africa.
 
Vox populi
Deprecating slang for homosexual; puff; queer.

Ho·mo

(hō'mō)
The genus of primates that includes humans.
[L. man]

Homo

any primate of the hominid genus Homo. Only one species exists at the present time, Homo sapiens, though several extinct species are recognized, such as H. erectus, H. habilis.

Homo

the genus of primates containing the single living species H. sapiens (humans).