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u·niv·o·cal
[yoo-niv-uh-kuhl, yoo-nuh-voh-]
ADJECTIVE
1.
having only one meaning; unambiguous.
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Univocity_of_being

Univocity of being is the idea that words describing the properties of God mean the same thing ... He claimed that being is univocal, i.e., that all of its senses are affirmed in one voice. Deleuze adapts the doctrine of univocity to claim that being  ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/univocal

Earliest known print evidence of univocal, in the sense of "having one meaning only," dates the word to the mid-1500s, somewhat earlier than its more familiar ...

www.dictionary.com/browse/univocal

Univocal definition, having only one meaning; unambiguous. See more.

www.univocalpublishing.com

In June 2011, Univocal Publishing was founded by Jason Wagner and Drew Burk as an independent publishing house specializing in artisanal editions and ...

www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/univocal

admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion.

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/univocal

univocal (not comparable) ... that could not apply to God, but if such terms as ' being', 'goodness' or 'wisdom' were not univocal of God and creatures, 'one could  ...

www.philosophyzer.com/univocal-and-equivocal-language

Jul 8, 2015 ... Univocal Term: A term that has only one meaning. That is, it signifies only one thought, and therefore corresponds to only one definition.

keysonlogic.com/en/term/univocal-equivocal-and-analogous-terms.html

Keys on logic: a term is said to be univocal, equivocal, analogous.