Heteronymous

Het`er·on'y·mous adjective [ Hetero- + Greek 'o`nyma , for 'o`noma a name.] Having different names or designations; standing in opposite relations. J. Le Conte. -- Het'er*on'y*mous*ly , adverb
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heteronymous

Having different names or designations; standing in opposite relations. Het'eron'ymously. ... Origin: Hetero- + Gr. 'onyma, for 'onoma a name. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Heteronymous

• (a.) Having different names or designations; standing in opposite relations.
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heteronymous

heteronym, heteronymous 1. A word having the same spelling as another, but a different sound (pronunciation) and meaning: opposite of homonym and synonym. 2. A name of a thing in one language that is a translation of the name in another language. The following presentation includes heteronymic endings: Listen, readers, toward me bow. Be friendly;...
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heteronymous

Type: Term Pronunciation: het′ĕr-on′i-mŭs Definitions: 1. Having different names or expressed in different terms.
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