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Homonymy meaning in Urdu

Homonymy Sentence

Bank is an example of homonymy is these sentences: "river bank" and "savings bank".

Homonymy Definitions

1) Homonymy : لفظوں کا ہم ہجہ ہونا : (noun) the relation between two words that are spelled the same way but differ in meaning or the relation between two words that are pronounced the same way but differ in meaning.


Useful Words

Homograph : ہم آواز لفظ , Homophone : ہم ہجہ الفاظ , Heteronym : ہم تلفظ مختلف معنی الفاظ , Homonym : ہم آواز الفاظ , Antonym : لفظ جو دوسرے لفظ کی ضد ہو , Logomachy : لفظوں کے متعلق بحث , Synonymous : ہم معنی , 831 : مجھے تم سے محبت ہے , Punctuation : وقف , Agglutination : الفاظ سازی , Agglutinative : الفاظ سے ماخوذ , Homophonous : ہم آواز الفاظ , Intensifier : شدت کا حامل , Compound Morphology : لفظوں کا ملاپ , Human Relationship : تعلق , Res Gestae : حقائق , Complex Conjugate : مساوی عدد , Minority : اقلیت , Apprehend : سمجھ لینا , Purposeful : معنی دار , Ambiguous : ذو معنی , Meaningful : معنی خیز , Intent : مفہوم , Important : اہم , Bunk : بکواس , Qualified : محدود مطلب , Cabalistic : مخفی , Pithy : مختصر اور جامع , Semantics : علم المعانی کا مطالعہ , Semanticist : ماہر علم المعانی , Meaningless : بے معنی

Useful Words Definitions

Homograph: two words are homographs if they are spelled the same way but differ in meaning (e.g. fair).

Homophone: two words are homophones if they are pronounced the same way but differ in meaning or spelling or both (e.g. bare and bear).

Heteronym: two words are heteronyms if they are spelled the same way but differ in pronunciation.

Homonym: two words are homonyms if they are pronounced or spelled the same way but have different meanings.

Antonym: a word that expresses a meaning opposed to the meaning of another word, in which case the two words are antonyms of each other.

Logomachy: argument about words or the meaning of words.

Synonymous: (of words) meaning the same or nearly the same.

831: I Love You (8 letters, 3 words, 1 meaning).

Punctuation: the marks used to clarify meaning by indicating separation of words into sentences and clauses and phrases.

Agglutination: the building of words from component morphemes that retain their form and meaning in the process of combining.

Agglutinative: forming derivative or compound words by putting together constituents each of which expresses a single definite meaning.

Homophonous: characteristic of the phenomenon of words of different origins that are pronounced the same way.

Intensifier: a modifier that has little meaning except to intensify the meaning it modifies.

Compound Morphology: the part of grammar that deals with combinations of simple words into compound words.

Human Relationship: a relation between people; (`relationship` is often used where `relation` would serve, as in `the relationship between inflation and unemployment`, but the preferred usage of `relationship` is for human relations or states of relatedness).

Res Gestae: rule of evidence that covers words that are so closely associated with an occurrence that the words are considered part of the occurrence and as such their report does not violate the hearsay rule.

Complex Conjugate: either of two complex numbers whose real parts are identical and whose imaginary parts differ only in sign.

Minority: a group of people who differ racially or politically from a larger group of which it is a part.

Apprehend: get the meaning of something.

Purposeful: having meaning through having an aim.

Ambiguous: having more than one possible meaning.

Meaningful: having a meaning or purpose.

Intent: the intended meaning of a communication.

Important: important in effect or meaning.

Bunk: a message that seems to convey no meaning.

Qualified: restricted in meaning; (as e.g. `man` in `a tall man`).

Cabalistic: having a secret or hidden meaning.

Pithy: concise and full of meaning.

Semantics: the study of language meaning.

Semanticist: a specialist in the study of meaning.

Meaningless: having no meaning or direction or purpose.

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