What is the homograph for bowl?
bowl : a dish for cereal, soup etc. bowl : the sport with a ball, alley and 10 pins
A homograph is the same spelling of words with two different meanings. Fire is a homograph because it can be used in two different meanings: "Man made fire." and "Fire that gun." Fly is a homograph: "Swat the fly." and "I want to fly away." Tire is a homograph: "Fix the tire." "You really tire me out." So they all are homographs.
No. A homograph is a word that has the same spelling and two different pronunciations. All the meanings of fry have the same pronunciation, so it wouldn't be a homograph. The exception could be a Proper Noun... someone with the name Fry might pronounce it as rhyming with tree. In that case it would be a homograph and also a homophone, with the word free. However, I am not aware of such a name pronunciation.
If you mean a homograph different from a homophone then I can help you! A homograph is a word that has two or more words that are spelled exactly the same way as that word is. For example, Wound and Wound are homographs. The girl wound a bandage around her ankle, and; The soldier had a deep wound on his shoulder. A homophone is a word that sounds alike to another (To, Two, and Too)…