Homonyms are multiple-meaning words. These are the words that either have the same spellings. These may also sound alike. But their use is what makes them different from each other. 

You never know, you might be making some language mistakes unintentionally. So, let’s look at some homonyms and fix them. 

  1. ALTER 
  • Change in character

ALTAR 

  • The table used for religious rituals 
  1. ATE 
  • The past tense of eat 

EIGHT 

  • The numerical digit 8
  1. BLEW 
  • The past tense of blow 

BLUE 

  • The colour 
  1. BOAR 
  • A wild pig 

BORE 

  • Make a hole in something 
  1. BOW 
  • The font of a ship 
  • Weapon 
  1. CANON 
  • A list of sacred books accepted as genuine 

CANNON 

  • A large piece of artillery 
  1. COARSE
  • Harsh in texture 

COURSE 

  • Direction followed 
  1. DOE 
  • A female deer/roe/deer/reindeer

DOUGH 

  • A thick mixture of flour and liquid used for baking 
  1. FOUL 
  • Wicked 

FOWL 

  • Domesticated birds 
  1. GENES 
  • A unit of heredity from parents to children 

JEANS 

  • A piece of outfit 
  1. GRATE
  • Reduce to small shreds by rubbing it on a grater  

GREAT 

  • An extent above average 
  1. HOARD 
  • To accumulate 

HORDE 

  • A large group of people
  1. KNIGHT
  • Title 

NIGHT 

  • The period of sunset to sunrise
  1. LEFT 
  • The opposite of the right direction 
  • The past tense of leave 
  1. MOUTH 
  • Of a river 
  • Of an animal 
  1. MAIZE 
  • An American cereal plant which yields large grains 

MAZE

  • The network of paths as a puzzle 
  1. MEDDLE 
  • To interfere 

MEDAL 

  • A coin sized metal disc having a design to commemorate any event or award
  1. NO
  • To deny 

KNOW 

  • To have an idea/knowledge about something 
  1. NOSE 
  • Body part 

KNOWS 

  • Having an idea 
  1. PALE 
  • Light in colour or shade 

PAIL 

  • Bucket 
  1. RAIN 
  • Water showers from clouds 

REIN 

  • Strap attached to the horse’s bit
  1. RED 
  • The colour red

READ

  • Discover information by going through it in written form 
  1. ROLE 
  • An actor’s part in a play or a film 

ROLL 

  • Move or run on wheels 
  1. ROW
  • Sitting arrangement 
  • Argument 
  • Movement for a boat 
  1. SKATE 
  • Glide on the ice 
  • Fish 
  1. SEA 
  • Waterbody having saltwater 

SEE

  • To view something 
  1. SOLE
  • The undersurface of a person’s foot 

SOUL 

  • The spiritual part of any living being 
  1. STAIR 
  • A single step of the stairs 

STARE

  • Look fixed at something/someone 
  1. THEIR
  • Belonging to or associated with people 

THERE 

  • In, at, or to that place or position 
  1. VEIL 
  • Cloth worn by women to cover the face 

VALE 

  • A valley 

I hope this was a fun and interesting thing for you. You’ll definitely spend a few seconds looking for more words like these for sure!