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

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

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

Actually, these room "homonyms" by some definitions.https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/homonymHowever, freshly this word seems to be starting to have a an ext narrow meaning.

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

I understand that the is a little confusing, yet strictly speaking, homonyms space words created the same, however, I additionally checked many other pages, like yours, through an "open" concept for homonyms, however I can't agree v that since this open an interpretation will misguide terribly the understanding for most of the people. If we expropriate that, then we'll it is in in trouble to know the real matter between homonyms and homophones.My view: homonyms = precisely the exact same spelling nevertheless of the pronunciationhomophones = exactly the same sound regardless of the orthography.Thanks, CK.Regards.

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deniko might 23, 2018 may 23, 2018 in ~ 4:59:43 pm UTC connect Permalink

> homonyms = precisely the same spelling nevertheless of the pronunciationI believed those to be homographs. And also homonyms, in the narrowest feeling of this word, room both homographs and homophones (so they room both assignment the same and also sound the same).

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

homonyms = homographs

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albrusgher might 24, 2018 may 24, 2018 at 8:53:24 to be UTC link Permalink

read this articlehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homonym

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deniko might 24, 2018, edited may 24, 2018 might 24, 2018 in ~ 8:59:36 am UTC, edited might 24, 2018 in ~ 9:00:06 am UTC link Permalink

many thanks for the link, that's specifically how I interpreted homonyms.Broad sense - "spelled alike, yet have various meanings." (so the very same as homographs, back I'm not certain "spelled alike" = "spelled the same")Narrow sense (which I generally prefer due to the fact that it's beneficial to have this category): " A much more restrictive an interpretation sees homonyms as words that are concurrently homographs (words that share the exact same spelling, nevertheless of their pronunciation) and homophones (words the share the very same pronunciation, nevertheless of your spelling) – that is come 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 not really arguing with you. There room nerds and also scientists v their "exact" meanings of words, and there are world who usage them loosely, and that's absolutely fine.

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albrusgher might 24, 2018 may 24, 2018 in ~ 9:24:27 am UTC connect Permalink

I appreciate your words, however, my function it's to to mark the principle in the strictly nuance of the word to stop misunderstanding or confusion. Therefore, I believe that "blue" and also "blew" are homophones (they sound the same) and also not homonyms due to the fact that they space not created in the very same way.

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albrusgher may 24, 2018 may 24, 2018 at 9:25:49 am UTC connect Permalink

may we questioning 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 connect https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTKeB8BnzPYand if you check out the video clip is clear that "blue" and also "blew" room heterographs and no homonyms, "- bank and also bank (1) and also skate and also skate (2) space two great examples that pure homonyms, yet not "blew" and also "blue", however, if we use the broad concept of homonyms, -my favourite- sow (pig) and also sow (seeds) space homonyms because they are written the same, but the joint is different-" so, i don't ~ do so to set the rule of the use of the language, and specially with the English due to the fact that I am not a indigenous English speaker, but instead I prefer to assist the human being to clarify some blurred principles with the usage of the language that cause confusion and trouble come the most.