The correct answer is: Phonetic
Phonetics is part of the science of vocal sounds, and explains the correspondence of sounds with symbols. A Phonetic word is one that sounds like it is spelled, such as: bed, pent.
There is an international phonetic alphabet that standardises certain symbols used to describe the sounds of words and letters.
Onomatopoeia is merely a word that describes a sound, such as: woof, purr, bark (as in dog), 'cough'.
They are called homophones. Words such as there/their/they're. They sound the same but have different meanings and spellings.
The term for these sound-alike words is homophone.The homophone for fur is fir (a coniferous tree).
The term for these sound-alike words is homophone.The homophone for great is grate (a pierced cover, or to scrape into pieces).
The term for these sound-alike words is homophone.The homophone for cruise is the plural noun (or verb) crews.(also the proper noun Cruz)
Such words are onomatopoetic. Wicked is not one of them.
The answer to your question is homophone.Homophone is the definition to two words in the same spelling is homophones i might not have spelled it right but look it up or sound it out.Not to be mean :)
Words that sound the same are "homophones". There may not be a specific term for a rhyming pair of homophones. Examples : * Threw through * Sun son * Airy aerie * Least leased (see related link)
It's a word to present the sound knock. Many words such as hark to create a phantom of a sound knock which can easily be pronounced and spelled without any difficulties.
Onomatopoeia. Word that sound like the actual sound they are describing. Like tap or drip.