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Bow.
Bow -- as in genuflect. The tree bough gave the queen a bow.

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The homophone for "bough" is "bow".

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What is a homophone of bough?

The word "bow" is a homophone of "bough." A bow can refer to a gesture or a type of weapon, while a bough is a large branch of a tree.


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What is the homophone for front of ship and branch of tree?

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What is a homophone for the word bough?

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What is homophone for front of a ship and branch of a tree?

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What is the homophone of bow?

This is a a slightly ambiguous question as "bow" can be pronounced in two different ways. Two homophones are: Bough and beau. In case of confusion over 'bough' (Frank Bough = Frank Buff), and the risk that some people don't know French - let's say: rhyming with 'toe' and 'cow'.


What is the other homophone for bow?

bough I think "beau", would be a better fit.


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What word is both a homophone and a homonym?

The word "bow" is both a homophone and a homonym. As a homophone, it sounds the same as "bough" and "beau." As a homonym, it has different meanings such as a type of knot and the front part of a ship.


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