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See also: allo, allô, allò, and álló

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From Ancient Greek ἄλλος (állos, other), from Proto-Hellenic *áľľos, from Proto-Indo-European *ályos, *h₂élyos (English else).

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allo-

  1. different, other
  2. (chemistry) isomeric; especially, of amino acids having two chiral centres, the second diastereoisomer to be discovered or synthesized
  3. (chemistry) a diastereomer having the same configuration on four neighboring chiral carbon atoms as carbohydrate allose

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