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What is the homonym of fail?
Hymn (a religious song).
"Due" and "Dew" are homonyms of "do."
A homonym is a word that is written and pronounced the same way as another, but which has a different meaning. Examples: Lie can mean to tell a lie, or a lie that was tol…d. Lie can also mean to lie down. Answer: Homonym: noun: definition: Words with the same spelling and sound, but different in meanings and classification (noun, verb etc.). Example of homonym: book: noun: printed material used for reading; published literary work; a collection of pages. It's time for me to read my book. book: verb: to reserve a place (as in book a flight); to file charges against; to hire somebody (as in book a performer for concert, event, etc.). I need to book someone for the talent show. The word book is spelt and pronounced the same, but has different meanings and classification. More Examples: tie: noun: a piece of fabric worn around the neck. He looks nice in his suit and tie. tie: transitive verb: to fasten. Mom, will you tie my shoe lace? drag: noun: something or somebody boring. He is such a drag! drag: transitive verb: to pull something along with effort. Could you help me drag the tree? sign: noun: advertising notice; information notice. The neon sign shined brightly. sign: transitive verbs: writing of a signature; signals, as in sign language. Could you sign this document? Homonyms are words that are spelled the same and pronounced the same byt have different meanings. Examples rose, as is "The river rose after the rain" and "I got a red rose for my wife." fine, as in "He does fine work" and "He had to pay a fine for speeding" / More generally Words that are pronounced the same but mean different things are called homophones. Examples: to and too ; there and their ; bear and bare , and air, heir, e'er and ere. Here's two with "true homonyms": -- The lean man stopped to lean against the post. (thin/rest against) -- He left and turned left into the alley. (departed/direction) Here's two with a "homophone" (often referred to as a homonym): -- He read the red book. (red and read sound alike) -- It was the strangest scene he had ever seen. (scene and seen sound alike) Here's one with a homograph, often called a heteronym: -- Seeing him tear up the photo brought a tear to her eye. (different sounds)
there is no homonym for 'or' The homonym for or is oar, as in a paddle to row a boat.
"Bee" is a homophone of "be."
BYE OR BUY
Homonyms of "not" are "knot" & "naught". All three have different meanings.
Technically, there is no homonym for no, but the *homophone* is the word know.
not - knot Example sentences: She likes dogs but not cats. James is not at work today. Can you get the knot out of my shoelace?
To, too, and two. The following verse is supposed to contain a phonetic representation of "to" within the slashes. The box is supposed to be the letter u with an um…laut. Oh that this too to English in two verses Our English teacher told us three, "There are three /t/s in English." He pondered: "Would there were a way To write 'three /t/s' in English." The umlaut and the virgule are Not in the standard alphabet. But, since this can be read aloud, It fits the "written" bill, I bet. 4/11/07
The word is inn, a hostelry.
will could be i WILL do it or it could be for example, "she was held against her WILL" so yah :)
"Do" has 2 homonyms: * dew as in moisture, on a cool morning, the lawn is covered with dew. * due as in when something must be returned, The library book is due next we…ek. Due can also mean because of, School was cancelled due to the severe weather.
due i.e. That library book is due in two weeks. dew i.e. I ran across the lawn yesterday morning to get the paper and my bare feet were wet with dew.
Four. It's a number. It comes after 3. Fore: a front place or position
two<-- homophone , im not too sure about this one too <-- homophone
a homonym is a word that is spelt and sounds exactly the same. here is an example Fall - to fall down Fall - another name for the season, autumn they both look the same and so…und the same, but they dont mean the same