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synonymy

(sĭ-nŏn′ə-mē)
n. pl. synony·mies
Biology A chronological list of the published scientific names that have been applied to a species.

synonymy

(in taxonomy) a listing, in chronological order, of all the scientific names applied to a given taxon, together with dates and authors.
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Other authors claim that avoidance of synonymy is a key driving force behind competition (Lindsay & Aronoff 2013), and some equate competition in natural languages with Gause's (1934) struggle for existence, where "[t]he fate of the less efficient species is local extinction." (Aronoff 2016: 39; see also MacWhinney et al.
Interpretation Of Lexical Relations: Hyponymy And Hypernymy, Homonymy, Antonymy, Synonymy
Regarding the MH condition, the significant sequence, S1 [??] S2, was found for Holists, indicating that they used Synonymy Hint 1, then they would use Synonymy Hint 2, and subsequently they would use Synonymy Hint 1 again.
Burmeister (1847) synonymy is also followed in the catalogue of Gemminger & Harold (1868), but they probably did not examine specimens and only accepted the proposal of Burmeister.
Suppose that there is a miserable student MS who was absent when Salmon introduced this synonymy (see footnote 6 above), and thereby lacks this piece of belief.
In order to overcome the influence of this negative factor brought by synonymy and ambiguity of visual words, many researchers have made lots of explorations and attempts.
While referring to the equivalent terms in Romanian and Spanish, this term is used in a relation of synonymy with the Spanish term RESERVA and the Romanian term REZERVARE.
Acanthochitona crinita: Kaas 1985: 588, figs 7-50 (chresonymy and synonymy); Dell'Angelo & Smriglio 1999: 198, pls 66-68, figs 124-130; Bonfitto et al.
For Maldonado (2013)17 one of the relevant aspects of semantic relations or lexical solidarities apart from etymology is synonymy. Synonymy will play a vital role in the identification process.
(3) In addition to synonymy, antonym, hypernym, hyponym, meronym, holonym of nouns, and synonymy, antonym, hypernym, troponym, entailment of verbs, correlation between words is a useful reference in query expansion.
In order to reveal the best approaches that the translator can use in order to choose between synonymy and polysemy in the language of law, a corpus-driven study on the lexis of legal English was conducted in an endeavor to automatically extract the specialized vocabulary.
2011 Polygnathus excavatus Carls and Gandl--Martinez-Perez et al.: figure 6a (with synonymy list).