and Systemacy in Estonian Inflection.
3) Barnes, "Metaphysics," 77; see also Christopher Shields, Order in Multiplicity: Homonymy
in the Philosophy of Aristotle (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), 265-66.
This parallelism is strengthened by the meaningful homonymy
between the Gihon spring, found in Jerusalem, and one of the four paradisiacal rivers.
Bazin had already come up with a title similarto"Carolinization" a year earlier (1952), in an article for Le Parisien libere about another costume film, "Ivanhoe: The Taylorization of Walter Scott," in which he also played on homonymy
, although this time a little gratuitously.
This issue of ambiguity of terminology (including those due to homonymy
and synonymy) has been well noted in information retrieval.
The richness of Estonian inflection makes the comparison of word form cooccurrence complicated, firstly, because a word may have very many inflectional forms (28 for a noun), and secondly, due to grammatical homonymy
, synonymy, and new combinations in the Miridae (Heteroptera).
CHILODONTIDAE Macalister, 1876 (Ciliophora), CHILODONTINAE Eigenmann, 1910 (Pisces, Characiformes), and CHILODONTINAE Wenz, 1938 (Mollusca, Gastropoda): proposed resolution of homonymy
between family-group names.
Grunthal (2010) said, "Inflectional homonymy
is the alternative concept that has been used in linguistic literature and emphasizes the identity between words and lexical types instead of categories" (p.
Multiple meanings for identical forms are distinguished in the dictionary; homonymy
is identified by numbering at headword level and polysemy is indicated through numbering of subentries under the headword.
modesta Cresson, unavailable due to primary homonymy
with the European N.
One of the problems is the translation disambiguation, which often rooted from homonymy
and polysemy .