In English we have several terms, "homonym", "homophone", and "homograph".
- The first one is disliked by linguists as being too vague though might be best used for words with separate etymologies that nonetheless share both pronunciation and spelling.
- The second is for words which share an exact pronunciation though they may differ in spelling.
- And the third is for words which share a written form but might be pronounced differently.
But with tonal languages there is another level of granularity:
- Words which share the same sequence of phonemes but at least one carries a different tone.
Since I'm asking, there's another possibility that I've also taken an interest in:
- Words which share a tone contour but not phonemes. For instance two three-syllable Chinese terms both having tone 3 + tone 2 + tone 4 in that order.