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If a word has two different meanings, is it two different words or one word with different meanings?
Polynotation is a word I made up on the spot for multiple meanings for a singe word. I based it on connotation and denotation. If it were a useful concept, we would probably already have a well known word for it. I think that the fact that homonym is a word and polynotation isn't demonstrates that train and train are two different words, not two different meanings for the same word. If there is a correct term for what I'm calling polynotations, and it is used about as frequently as homonym, then I'm wrong.
|If a word has two different meanings, is it two different words or one word with different meanings?|