Homophone Finder

Our homophone & homonym finder will find a homonym for any word that has one.

We found 1 homophones for ceta


Words That Rhyme With CETA

abbe ae airway allay alleyway alloway andre andrei anyway archway array ashtray astray away ay ballet barclay bay beaujolais beauvais benet beret beretta betray betta bey birthday bombay bouquet brae bray breakaway breezeway broadway brockway buffet byway cabaret cabernet cabriolet cache calais caraway castaway cathay causeway cay chalet chetah chez ciskei clay cliche cluj companionway convey conway cray creta crochet croquet curare damietta day daye decay defray delay dey disarray dismay disobey display divorcee dolce doomsday doorway dossier doubleday dray driveway duarte essay etta everyday expressway fairway faraday faraway fay fey fiance filet fillet flay flyway foreplay fray freeway frey friday gainsay galle galloway gateway gay gervais getaway giveaway gourmet gray greenaway grey halfway hallway hathaway hay headway hearsay heigh hemingway henrietta hervey hey heyday hideaway highway holiday hooray horseplay infante inlay j jacquetta jay jose k kay kootenay laigh lauretta lay leeway lei leta ley lihue lingerie loretta lunetta lyonnais madre mae mainstay mandalay manet marietta may mccrae melee mete midday midway millay monday monet monterrey moray naivete nay neigh netta nicolay nisei norway obey okay olivier one-way operetta outlay outweigh overlay overpay overplay overstay padre palais palometa parfait parkway parquet passageway passe pathway pay payday pinochet play poinsettia portray pray prepay prey protege puree purvey quay raceway rae railway ramsay ray re relay rene renee repay resume ricochet ridgeway ridgway roadway rockaway rosetta runway sachet saturday say screenplay seaway shay shea skyway slay sleigh sobriquet soiree someday souffle speedway spillway splay spray stairway stay straightaway stray subway sunday survey sway swordplay tae tay they throughway throwaway thursday today toupee transkei tray trey tuesday underpay underplay uruguay valet vendetta violetta walkway waterway way waylay wednesday weekday wei weigh wey whey workaday workday yea yesterday yetta aaa accetta aday afsane aggrey agneta aigner aleta allais alpharetta ancheta antigay anway archuleta areta armetta asay asea attache auletta b-j banpais baye bayh beaupre bernay blay boulais boulay bouvier brunetta buga cafe cappetta carraway carre carretta cassetta che cia coday corday coretta dae delray dk dominee dorais dovey downplay drey dumais dunaway ekk entree fe foia francais fuente gaye gazeta gerais guay haye hiaa holladay holliday hwe hyundai imlay interplay intraday jacquet jae jaye jetta jna jonbenet kaye kkk kouyate kray krey laissez lait langlais laraway laye lurvey mackay macrame marais margareta matinee mccay mccray mehta meservey mey monterey mulvey munday nej newsday nicoletta noaa oj palay paraguay paye pei petta poitier porcher profeta reay redisplay archuletta aretta beltway bley bta cea chiappetta colletta communique dalai deseret hefei hiway hurray julietta latte leota levey loleta lunday lyday mcclay mckay mcquay mcrae mistretta morais ney niday ok olay oshea panetta pauletta quaye raye rea reggae replay resnais reta rey risque runaway saute saye seay sergei simonetta snay societe sorbet spey strey superhighway thruway torme treadway tredway turvey vadnais vey violeta waga waye wray wy x-ray yay

What are homonyms?

A homophone is each word of two or more that have the same pronunciation, but different spellings, meanings, origins, etc.


What are homophones?

It is a type of homonym, each word has the same sound.

Homophone examples
  • AD and ADD
  • RIGHT and WRITE
  • LEFT (directional) and LEFT (departed)
  • MEAN (not nice) and MEAN (defined)

What are homographs?

A homograph is word or words that have the same spelling, but different sounds (or same).


What are homophones?

It is a type of homonym, each word has the same sound.

Homograph examples
  • LIE (deceive) and LIE (lie down)
  • TEAR (rip) and TEAR (tear drop)
  • READ (read a book) and READ (pronounced "RED" a book)
  • LIVE (presently living) and LIVE (as in LIVE SHOW)