Homophones – List of Homophones

List of Homophones

Teaching Homophones

Homophones Definition at Wikipedia 

Definition of Homophones

Homophones

Homophones are pairs of words that sound the same but are spelled differently, i. e. , are pronounced the same but written differently.

Homophone Translation (Humor)

Homophones for Homophone Games

Spelling Words – Homophones

Homophones Lesson Plan

Definition of Homonyms

Homonyms

Homonyms derive from the Greek words homoios = identical and onoma = name. Homonyms are words that sound the same (i. e. have the same phonetic or orthographic form) but different meanings. In derivation, homonym means the same name, homophone means the same sound, and homograph means the same letters.
Also See: Homophones Homographs

Definition of Homographs

Homographs

Homographs have the same letters but have different meanings or are different parts of speech.

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