Homophones for bit, bitt

bit / bitt  [bɪt]

bit – n. – 1. a small quantity; 2. a metal mouthpiece or bridle used to control a horse; 3. part of tools, i.e., cutting edge of axe, copper head of soldering iron, part of key that engages; 4. computing – a unit of information expressed as a choice between 2 possibilities – a “0” or “1” in binary notation; v. tr. – past tense of bite (see);

bitt – n. naut. – used as pl. bitts: a pair of posts on the deck of a ship for fastening cables, etc.