First Names That Are Homophones

Use the definition to guess the first name that is a homophone of the word described.
All answers must be common FIRST NAMES spelled correctly.
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Last updated: October 12, 2019
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Homphone definition
First name
The 5th month of the year
Mae / May
To put or hide underground
Barry (Bury)
To join in marriage
Mary (Marry)
Noise made by a horse
Winnie (Whinny)
To make or become full; to use empty space
Phil (Fill)
Past and past participle of dig
Doug (Dug)
To exist
Bea (Be)
To cut down grass with a machine
Moe (Mow)
To wager
Bette (Bet)
A weapon for shooting arrows
Beau / Bo (Bow)
To have one's flesh torn my the swiping of an animal like a cat or bear.
Claude (Clawed)
A circular movement of water causing a small whirlpool
Eddie (Eddy)
To move steadily and continuously in a current or stream
Flo (Flow)
To assume a position in which the body is supported by a knee or the knees
Neal (Kneel)
The sound of a bell, especially when rung solemnly for a death or funeral
Nell (Knell)
One side of a sheet of paper in a book, newspaper, magazine, etc
Paige (Page)
A negative feeling or mood
Paul (Pall)
To look at words or symbols and understand what they mean
Reed (Read)
A plural synonym for when ships and cars get into accidents
Rex (Wrecks)
When things such as paper or leaves move about and make a soft, dry sound
Russell (Rustle)
To become weaker in strength or influence
Wayne (Wane)
Someone whose job is to repair, make, and adjust clothes
Taylor (Tailor)
To be hirsute
Harry (Hairy)
Level 63
Apr 18, 2023
You should accept Neil for Neal