From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhomographhom‧o‧graph /ˈhɒməɡrɑːf, ˈhəʊ- $ ˈhɑːməɡræf, ˈhoʊ-/ noun [countable] technical SLa word that is spelled the same as another, but is different in meaning, origin, grammar, or pronunciation. For example, the noun ‘record’ is a homograph of the verb ‘record’. → homonym, homophone
Examples from the Corpushomograph• In a special index the meaning of a homograph may be obvious by its location within a given subject.• Some lexical sets are also included, such as homographs and homonyms, compound nouns, and academic subjects.• Contextual logic may help to eliminate unwanted uses of homographs. 3.