Definición de heteronym en inglés:

heteronym

Silabificación: het·er·o·nym
Pronunciación: /ˈhedərəˌnim
 
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sustantivo

Linguistics
1Each of two or more words that are spelled identically but have different sounds and meanings, such as tear meaning “rip” and tear meaning “liquid from the eye.”.
2Each of two or more words that are used to refer to the identical thing in different geographical areas of a speech community, such as submarine sandwich, hoagie, and grinder.
3Each of two words having the same meaning but derived from unrelated sources, for example preface and foreword. Contrasted with paronym.

Derivativos

heteronymic

Pronunciación: /ˌhetərəˈnimik/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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.

heteronymous

Pronunciación: /ˌhetəˈränəməs/
adjetivo

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