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homophonic

adjective ho·mo·pho·nic \ˌhä-mə-ˈfä-nik, ˌhō-, -ˈfō-\

Definition of HOMOPHONIC

1
:  chordal
2
:  of or relating to homophones
ho·moph·o·ny \hō-ˈmä-fə-nē\ noun

Origin of HOMOPHONIC

Greek homophōnos being in unison, from hom- + phōnē sound — more at ban
First Known Use: circa 1879

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