100 Homophones with Meaning

100 Homophones with Meaning

100 homophones and meaning

Made: to create

Maid: women working in house

 

Meat: the flesh of animals used as food

Meet: to come together

 

Pair: a set of two things

Pare: to cut away the outer layer

 

Plain: simple

Plane: a level surface

 

Board: a piece of wood

Bored: not interested

 

Bough: a branch of a tree

Bow: to bend down or forward

 

Die: to stop living

Dye: to change the color of something

 

Hearse: a vehicle used to carry dead bodies

Hers: belongs to her

 

Its: possessive pronoun, it is not plural

It’s: contraction for “it is”

 

Loan: money lent

Loan: to lend something

 

Parent: a mother or father

Perm: a hair treatment that makes curls permanent

 

Reign: rule over

Rain: water falling from the sky

 

Sale: something sold

Sale: to sell something

 

Sea: a large body of water

See: to look at or watch

 

Ward: a division in a hospital

Guard: to protect or look after someone or something

 

Which: interrogative pronoun

witch: a woman who practices sorcery

 

Your: possessive pronoun, belonging to you

You’re: contraction for “you are”

 

Desert: an area of land that is dry and uninhabited

Dessert: a sweet course of food served at the end of a meal

 

Do: to perform an action

Does: third person singular present tense verb “to do”

 

Ear: the organ of hearing

Ere: before, sooner than

 

Fair: just, equitable

Fare: the price of a journey or ride

 

Film: a thin sheet of plastic or other material used to cover and protect photographs

Film: to record on film

 

Fir: a type of tree

Fir: to give support to someone or something

 

Halt: stop abruptly

Halt: to make someone stop

 

Hear: to listen to

Here: in this place

 

Its: possessive pronoun, it is not plural

It’s: contraction for “it is”

 

Joke: a funny story or remark

Joke: to make someone laugh by telling a funny story or making a funny remark

 

Knows: third person singular present tense verb “to know”

Noes: rhymes with knows, alternative past tense and subjunctive form of “know”

 

Mare: a female horse

Mayor: the head of a city government

 

Ore: a type of rock that contains metal

Oar: a tool used for rowing boats

 

Pair: a set of two things

Pare: to cut away the outer layer

 

Pee: to urinate

Pee: a unit of measurement for urine output

 

Piece: a part of something

Peace: calm and tranquility

 

Plain: simple

Plane: a level surface

 

Principal: the most important person in a school

Principal: the head of a company or enterprise

 

Read: to look at and understand the meaning of written or printed words

Read: to say out loud the words of something that has been written or printed

 

Rear: the back part of something

Bear: to carry, support, or endure

 

Sale: something sold

Sale: to sell something

 

Sea: a large body of water

See: to look at or watch

 

She: the third person feminine pronoun

Her: belonging to her

 

Site: a place where something is or was situated

Sight: the ability to see