I am a polyglot and
as such I keep picking up words in languages unknown to me whenever I hear them
- especially homonyms of words in other languages that I am familiar with. Some
of these homonyms are simply hilarious and I sometimes attempt to find a common
root that they can be traced back to, but mostly without any success. When GOD
scrambled the language of humans after the Babel tower fiasco she did a good job
that only SHE may be able to untangle.
The homonyms are
auditory - e.g. Immanuel Kant's last name is pronounced "Cunt" - thus a homonym
- spelling is irrelevant. For this lexicon, I am suspending the various
inflection modifiers (umlauts, accents, tildes, etc.) I am also ignoring
pronunciation variants - accents in different localities are VERY much not the
same. Try for example to reconcile the French spoken in Haiti or Louisiana with
the French spoken in the Congo or France.