Power of Praying Words of God
"The entrance of your words gives light...." Psalm 119: 130
Please pray that President Trump get the guts to arrest those now committing Treason in America.
Pray for shiridevi
A prayer goes out to the Florida shooting victums!!
A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word but has a different meaning and/or spelling. “Flower” and “flour” are homophones because they are pronounced the same but you certainly can't bake a cake using daffodils. Continue reading...
This word set can be confusing, even for word geeks. Let's start with the basics. A homograph is a word that has the same spelling as another word but has a different sound and a different meaning:
lead (to go in front of)/lead (a metal)
wind (to follow a course that is not straight)/wind (a gust of air)
bass (low, deep sound)/bass (a type of fish)
A homophone is a word that has the same sound as another word but is spelled differently and has a different meaning:
Not so bad, right? The ending –graph means drawn or written, so a homograph has the same spelling. The –phone ending means sound or voice, so a homophone has the same pronunciation. But here's where it gets tricky. Depending on whom you talk to, homonym means either:
A word that is spelled like another but has a different sound and meaning (homograph); a word that sounds like another but has a different spelling and meaning (homophone)
A word that is spelled and pronounced like another but has a different meaning (homograph and homophone)
So does a homonym have to be both a homograph and a homophone, or can it be just one or the other? As with most things in life, it depends on whom you ask.
In the strictest sense, a homonym must be both a homograph and a homophone. So say many dictionaries. However, other dictionaries allow that a homonym can be a homograph or a homophone.
With so many notable resources pointing to the contrary, are we losing this strict meaning? What then will we call a word that is spelled and pronounced the same as another but has a different meaning? If homonym retains all these meanings, how will readers know what is actually meant?
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From the Black God Lp by Hound Da God
Nani tells Jiya that she will turn back Pam to the normal state. Brinjal (Pam) gets mixed up with the other brinjals at home. Jiya’s annoying neighbor, Shanthi who is also an aunt to Pam, takes away the brinjal (Pam). Nani somehow gets back the brinjal and turns it back to Pam. Angry Pam swears to spread to the world about Jiya’s abnormal powers. Radha, Nani and Jiya seek Rani Devi’s help. But Nani spoils the event. Jiya prays to Rani Devi that the last day repeats afresh.
The purpose of life is to come to the real answer of 'Who am I? How often have we heard this statement? But, do you the right means to attain answer to this question. Here is a video to answer this question arising in your mind.
Prayers, penance, chanting mantras, aarti etc are all different ways of expressing our devotion to God. All religions have their own way of doing things. But, what is the ultimate objective of doing all this? What is the outcome of it?
We all pray to some God or another. Sometimes our prayers are for our spiritual progress while at other times they are for our worldly gains only. But, at the base of everything, we all seek peace and happiness in our lives. How far have been successful in achieving this goal? How can we achieve it without putting in too many efforts?
This is the ideal goalkeeper that one can pray for but in the opponent team. If your goalkeeper is like this, then be sure you are doomed.