- 3Each of two words having the same meaning but derived from unrelated sources, for example preface and foreword. Contrasted with paronym.
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- Insofar as ‘the apostles’ teachings’ refer to their activities while ministering with Him, you have at least the beginnings of a persuasive case; but your assertion that ‘Lord’ is heteronymic loses force since it is the Hebrew that is translated into Greek, and not vice-versa.
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