Here, we describe how the new ontology models three interesting problems: homonyms
(one-spelling, many-meanings), synonyms (many-spellings, one-meaning), and part-of-speech information.
The Spaniards adopted the term Sangley in the sixteenth century and used it commonly until the nineteenth century when a homonym
of "chino" replaced Sangley.
Technology that selects from homonym
variants based on previous exchanges
Another challenge is the homonym
problem in which a modern word had a secondary meaning in the past, which is no longer in use.
Many authors have postulated the a priori existence of passive prohibiting links between alternative meanings of word homonyms
, such as 'FAIR', 'PLAIN', etc.
We assume that by applying a rigorous exercising program to patients with homonym
hemianopsia in which the therapeutic conduct takes into consideration its presence there is an improvement of the functional level of the patients compared to those with the same pathology in which the therapeutic program "omits" the presence of the homonym
A close homonym
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The genus name Ernodes is previously published for another taxon, making it a junior homonym
. In accordance with Article 60 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, we propose a substitute name for this genus name.
Araneus raui Levi 1973 [junior secondary homonym
For instance, when an American suggested the name Zhu Jin Ta [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.], or "Pearl Gold Tower," which incorporated the "pearl" of the Pearl River and the "gold" of Goldberg, a Foreign Service National employee quickly pointed out that that name in Cantonese was a homonym
for the urn where a deceased person's ashes are kept.
The significance of this tale is that the creation of the duplicate name, a homonym
, did not come to light until 2001, over 30 years after the name was used a second time.