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heteronym (linguistics)

A heteronym (also known as a heterophone) is a word that...

wikipedia - 12 Sep 2016
A heteronym (also known as a heterophone) is a word that is written identically but has a different pronunciation and meaning. In other words, they are homographs that are not homophones. Thus, row (propel with oars) and row (argument) are heteronyms, but mean (intend) and mean (average) are not (since they are pronounced the same). Heteronym pronunciation may vary in vowel realisation, in stress pattern (see also Initial-stress-derived noun), or in other ways:
heteronym (linguistics)

Finding a voice

The Economist - 05 Jan 2017
As professor of linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania and head of the Linguistic Data Consortium, a huge trove of texts and recordings of human language, he knows a thing or two about the history of language technology. ...
heteronym (linguistics)

The opposite of a homonym

San Diego Reader - 20 Mar 2013
Most people were given the wrong information as kids and they never ran afoul of a linguistics expert who sets them straight, as happened to me one strange day in the hallways of Alice University. The easiest way to clarify this is with a list ...
heteronym (linguistics)

Readers' books of the year 2013: part 2

The Guardian - 28 Dec 2013
Fernando Pessoa's Philosophical Essays (Contra Mundum Press) – fresh from his seemingly inexhaustible posthumous trunk – presents early theoretical work ascribed to two English heteronyms. The heady, Bradleyan world his exact contemporary Eliot ...
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Vladimir Nabokov's 'Selected Poems' and 'Pale Fire'

New York Times - 20 Jul 2012
But leaving aside the linguistic status of Nabokov's own translations, questions of quality in Russian poetry should be left to Russian readers, and those of us who read Nabokov in English are reduced to looking at not quite two dozen mostly short ...

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