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albrusgher April 30, 2018, edited April 30, 2018 April 30, 2018 at 11:38:29 to be UTC, edited April 30, 2018 in ~ 11:44:02 am UTC link Permalink

ns can't agree v this sentence because misguides the people about the true an interpretation of the ide homonym. If we usage the strict an interpretation of the ide homonyms, climate "blue" and "blew" space not homonyms, and instead they room homophones due to the fact that they have actually the same sound, but different writing. One great example the homonyms would be "sow" (the seeds) and also "sow" (the mrs pig). In my opinion, the sentence would certainly be much more correct saying "are homophones". Another great example of homonyms would certainly be "lead" (to operation something) and also "lead" (the metal), nevertheless, "leek" and also "leak" are an additional example that homophones .

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CK might 1, 2018, edited may 1, 2018 may 1, 2018 in ~ 2:03:59 am UTC, edited may 1, 2018 at 2:11:59 to be UTC link Permalink

Actually, these are "homonyms" by some definitions.https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/homonymHowever, newly this word seems to be beginning to have a much more narrow meaning.

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albrusgher may 1, 2018, edited may 25, 2018 may 1, 2018 at 4:26:04 afternoon UTC, edited might 25, 2018 in ~ 4:59:07 pm UTC attach Permalink

I recognize that it is a tiny confusing, but strictly speaking, homonyms space words created the same, however, I also checked numerous other pages, favor yours, v an "open" concept for homonyms, yet I can't agree through that because this open meaning will misguide terribly the understanding for many of the people. If we expropriate that, climate we'll be in problem to recognize the real matter between homonyms and homophones.My view: homonyms = precisely the very same spelling nevertheless of the pronunciationhomophones = precisely the same sound nevertheless of the orthography.Thanks, CK.Regards.

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deniko might 23, 2018 might 23, 2018 at 4:59:43 afternoon UTC attach Permalink

> homonyms = exactly the same spelling nevertheless of the pronunciationI assumed those to be homographs. And homonyms, in the narrowest feeling of this word, are both homographs and homophones (so they are both order the same and also sound the same).

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albrusgher might 24, 2018 may 24, 2018 at 8:11:31 to be UTC connect Permalink

homonyms = homographs

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albrusgher might 24, 2018 might 24, 2018 at 8:53:24 am UTC link Permalink

check out this articlehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homonym

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deniko may 24, 2018, edited might 24, 2018 might 24, 2018 at 8:59:36 to be UTC, edited might 24, 2018 at 9:00:06 to be UTC link Permalink

thanks for the link, that's exactly how I construed homonyms.Broad sense - "spelled alike, but have different meanings." (so the same as homographs, although I'm not sure "spelled alike" = "spelled the same")Narrow feeling (which I commonly prefer because it's advantageous to have actually this category): " A more restrictive an interpretation sees homonyms as words that are simultaneously homographs (words that share the exact same spelling, nevertheless of their pronunciation) and also homophones (words the share the same pronunciation, regardless of their spelling) – the is to say they have identical pronunciation and also spelling, whilst maintaining different meanings. "There's one interesting video clip by Vsauce about those terms (homonyms, homographs, homophones, etc.):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTKeB8BnzPYAnyway, I'm no really saying with you. There room nerds and scientists v their "exact" interpretations of words, and also there are world who usage them loosely, and that's for sure fine.

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albrusgher may 24, 2018 might 24, 2018 in ~ 9:24:27 to be UTC link Permalink

I evaluate your words, however, my function it's to highlight the ide in the strictly nuance of the word to protect against misunderstanding or confusion. Therefore, I believe that "blue" and also "blew" space homophones (they sound the same) and also not homonyms due to the fact that they are not composed in the exact same way.

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albrusgher might 24, 2018 may 24, 2018 in ~ 9:25:49 am UTC link Permalink

might we ask the writer to adjust the sentence?

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albrusgher may 25, 2018 may 25, 2018 at 5:45:01 afternoon UTC link Permalink

In this time i disagree through you, CK. Deniko posted this attach https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTKeB8BnzPYand if you see the video is clear the "blue" and also "blew" room heterographs and no homonyms, "- bank and bank (1) and also skate and also skate (2) room two good examples the pure homonyms, yet not "blew" and "blue", however, if we use the wide concept that homonyms, -my favourite- sow (pig) and also sow (seeds) room homonyms due to the fact that they room written the same, yet the joint is different-" so, ns don't ~ pretend to collection the rules of the use of the language, and specially v the English since I am no a native English speaker, yet instead I like to assist the world to clarify part blurred principles with the usage of the language that cause confusion and trouble to the most.