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The property of a written language such that its written symbols and its sounds have a one-to-one correspondence.
For example, a phonemic transcription of a language that uses the International Phonetic Alphabet is perfectly homographic.
1. As opposed to heterography, which is the property of a written language such that it lacks a one-to-one correspondence between its written symbols and its spoken sounds, e.g. the orthography of the English language.