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"Homo" means "same";
"phones" means "sound" or pronunciation;

It can be deduced from the above that:

Homo $$+$$ phone $$=$$ same $$+$$ sound $$=$$ Words with the same pronunciation but with different meanings.

Homo $$+$$ nyms $$=$$ same $$+$$ spelling $$=$$ Words with the same spelling but with different meanings.
A  homograph means each of the two (or more) words that are spelt the same but have different meanings from different origins. They may be pronounced the same or in different ways - if pronounced the same, it is called homonyms.
Example:
Homonyms: (same pronunciation)

1. Bat - animal; Bat - a sports accessory.
2. Fine - a penalty; Fine - good quality or being.
3. Can - able to; Can - a container.

Homonyms from the lesson "Learning the Game":

 S.No Homonyms 1. Cricket - A game An insect 2. Bat - Used in a game A nocturnal animal 3. Will - Emphasising on doing something One's determination 4. Break - A short recess To destroy something 5. Park - A place for recreation To park a vehicle 6. Coach - A person who trains A train's compartment