No. “Isomorphic”, in terms of topology, describes the relationship between a transformation applied to an element in one set, and another transformation applied to another element in another set, and how these transformations are “as comparable” as the sets on which they are applied are comparable.
For example, an isomorphic `fs` API would have direct read access on the server, and would be an abstraction over the File API in the browser. An isomorphic rendering API (as React) would directly manipulate the DOM in the browser, and serialize an HTML representation of it on the server. It offers comparable behavior, is semantically similar, but does not need to have the same final effect.