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


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


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) — ...


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".


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 ...


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.


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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