One of two or more words alike in pronunciation but different in meaning, derivation, or spelling (ie, to, two, too) Is this not the definition of homophones? While homo…nyms are words that share same form but have unrelated meanings e.g. like : 'I like looking / look like new'. -noun . 1.. homophone ( def. 1 ) .. 2.. a word the same as another in sound and spelling but different in meaning, as chase "to pursue" and chase "to ornament metal.". 3.. (loosely) homograph .. 4.. a namesake.. 5.. Biology . a name given to a species or genus that has been assigned to a different species or genus and that is therefore rejected..
The letter 'y' or the River Wye
BYE OR BUY
"Bee" is a homophone of "be."
Bye BuyBy All three of these words are homonyms of the word "by."
Homonyms of "not" are "knot" & "naught". All three have different meanings.
ere is no anser
"four/4" -the number
Dew is the homonym of do
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?
A homonym is a word that SOUNDS the same, but has a different spelling and meaning. One homonym for "him" would be "hymn".