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homonymous

 [ho-mon´ĭ-mus]
1. having the same or corresponding sound or name.
2. standing in the same relation.

ho·mon·y·mous

(hō-mon'i-mŭs), Do not confuse this word with homonomous.
Having the same name or expressed in the same terms, for example, the corresponding halves (right or left, superior or inferior) of the retinas.
[G. homōnymous, of the same name, fr. onyma, name]

homonymous

/ho·mon·y·mous/ (-ĭ-mus)
1. having the same or corresponding sound or name.
2. pertaining to the corresponding vertical halves of the visual fields of both eyes.

homonymous

[hōmon′iməs]
Etymology: Gk, homos, same, onyma, name
having the same name or sound.

ho·mon·y·mous

(hŏ-mon'i-mŭs)
Having the same name or expressed in the same terms, e.g., the corresponding halves (right or left, superior or inferior) of the retinas.
[G. homōnymous, of the same name, fr. onyma, name]

homonymous

Corresponding to the same side, as in HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA.

homonymous

1. having the same or corresponding sound or name.
2. standing in the same relation.
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1253a20-5 which uses the premise, "everything is defined in terms of its function and power," to argue that a hand or foot separated from the whole animal should no longer be called a hand or foot except homonymously.
But when something cannot [perform that function], it is homonymously [F], like a dead eye or one made of stone, just as a wooden saw is no more a saw than one in a picture.