Words with the same spelling and pronunciation but different meanings

Homographs, in Spanish called palabras homógrafas, refer to words that have the same spelling and are pronounced the same but have different meanings. Some examples of homographs in Spanish are:

como (like, as)  vs  como (I eat, from comer)

haya (type of tree) vs haya (subjunctive of verb haber)

vino (wine) vs vino (past tense verb venir)


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