Etymology
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homophony (n.)

1768, from French homophonie, from Greek homophonia "unison," from homophonos "of the same sound or tone" (see homophone).

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Definitions of homophony

homophony (n.)
the same pronunciation for words of different origins;
homophony (n.)
part music with one dominant voice (in a homophonic style);
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