- hom|o|graph
**hom|o|graph**«HOM uh graf, -grahf; HOH muh-»,__noun.__a word of the same spelling as another, but a different origin and meaning.*Bass*(bas) meaning “a kind of fish,” and*bass*(bās) meaning “a male singing voice,” are homographs. All homonyms (def. 1) are also homographs.**╂**[< Greek*homógraphos < homós*same +*graph*writing <*gráphein*write]

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