Homophones for at, att

at / att [æt]

at – prep. – answers the question of where or when; indicating location in time and/or space

att – n. – a Thai coin worth 1/64 of a baht


Although ‘att’ is a borrowed word, like the ‘yen’, it is in common use for international trade and is used like the pound and penny in English reports and articles.

Att has been used in English writings since at least the 1800’s. In general, English writers use the currency terms of the country they are discussing without trying to translate the term whether speaking of current events or ancient history.