by Sid

Today was first day of my physics class at the Washtenaw Community College! Of course it’s online and I thought it would be easier but after working for so long and then going through a class right after that for 3 hours was rough.

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Initial inference

Looking at the ending, “ous,” we can infer that this word is an adjective. Let us break this word down into two parts: homonym-ous. The root of this word is “homonym,” hence this may mean

Being a homonym.

Definition and Pronunciation

adjective | hoh-MAH-nuh-mus

  1. ambiguous

  2. having the same designation

  3. of, relating to, or being homonyms

Example usage

I would use the word in a sentence as follows:

Now I know “glasses,” for drinking and “glasses,” my spectacles are homonymous, but when I told you to pick up the glasses I thought you would just gather the wine glasses from the table.


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