What is the homophone for aunt?
The homophone for aunt is ant.
My aunt found red ants in her kitchen.
In the American dialect, ant is the homophone for aunt. Everywhere else, there isn't any homophone for aunt.. The homonym only exists in Americanized accents.
When pronounced with a short A sound (IPA: æ) such as in certain dialects of British English and in American English, the word ant is a homophone of the word "aunt". My mom's sister is my aunt. Read More
Ant and Aunt. Read More
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