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во́роны - "ravens" воро́ны - "crows" вороны́ - "black" (эти кони саврасы, а те - вороны́)


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Конечно is normally pronounced with [ш] for ч to mean 'of course' and with [ч] to mean 'finite': множество конечно, 'the set is finite'.


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В Гугле по вполне очевидному запросу «тройные омографы» находится по меньшей мере один весьма продуктивный трэд в ЖЖ. Я позволю себе перечислить приведенные там варианты: пе́репела (р. п. от перепел) — перепе́ла (пр. вр. III л. ж. р. от перепеть) — перепела́ (мн. ч. от перепел) ве́ртела (р. п. от вертел) — верте́ла (пр. вр. III л. ж. р. от вертеть) — ...


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One example that I know is "считать". When it means "count" or "consider", it's pronounced with single "щ" in the beginning; but when it is perfective aspect of the verb "считывать" (to read off?), it's pronounced with separate sounds "s" and "ʧ".


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First of all, you will hardly find homographs that differ only by stress. Stress position may affect pronunciation of all vowels in a word. So I will answer a question whether there are homographs with the stress on the same syllable. There are a lot of loaned words where letter е stands for non-iotated sound /ɛ/ and this case isn’t reflected in spelling in ...


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Some words can become omographs if we omit dots above ё letter. This happens oftenly in modern internet communications. Examples: мёл / мел; сёл / сел; осёл / осел; берёт / берет; etc. Other than that I don't know any omographs besides the stress.


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Метр can be read as [mʲetr] 'metre' or [mɛtr] to mean 'master', maître. Around the 1990s, they changed the spelling for 'master' to мэтр to avoid the ambiguity, while метрдотель is still spelled with a soft e.


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