Etymology
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homonymous (adj.)

1620s, in various senses, from Latin homonymus "having the same name," from Greek homonymos "having the same name" (see homonym). Homonymy "quality of being homonymous" is from 1590s. Related: Homonymously.

updated on August 09, 2015

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Definitions of homonymous from WordNet

homonymous (adj.)
of or related to or being homonyms;
Synonyms: homonymic
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