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Ono/Nym/Onym Word, Name
Ac-ro-nym A-non-y-mous An-to-nym E-po-nym He-ter-o-nym Hom-o-nym O-no-ma-to-poeia Or-o-nym Pseu-do-nym Syn-o-nym
Acronym (n) –A abbreviation Formed by combining the initial letters in words Parts of a series of words YOLO is an acronym for “you only live once.”
Anonymous (adj) Not named or identified –Done by someone unknown Someone left an anonymous letter in my mailbox.
Antonym (n) A word –That means the opposite of another word Night is an antonym of the word day.
Eponym (n) A person –For whom something, such as a city, building, or street, has been named The city of Constantinople is an eponym that comes from the name of the ruler Constantine I.
Heteronym (n) One of two or more words –That are spelled alike but have different meanings and pronunciations The word wind is a heteronym, meaning ether “wind up a toy” or “the wind is blowing.”
Homonym (n) One of two or more words –That are pronounced alike but have different spellings and meanings The words allowed and aloud are homonyms.
Onomatopoeia (n) The formation of words –That imitate sounds associated with the objects or actions to which they refer The word “ping” is an example of an onomatopoeia.
Oronym (n) A string of words –That sounds the same as another string of words The words “grey day” and “grade A” are an example of an oronym.
Pseudonym (n) A false name –A fictitious name I didn’t want anyone to know who I was, so I used a pseudonym.
Synonym (n) One of two or more words –That have the same meaning The word “giggle” is a synonym for the word “laugh.”
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