Homophones for collum, column

collum / column  [ˈkɒləm]

collum – n. – 1. (Anat.) a neck or neck-like part of a process; 2. the often hypothetical although sometimes physically identifiable boundary between the stem and root of a plant, called also a collar

column – n. – 1. an upright pillar usually having a cylindrical shaft, a base and a capital; 2. a line, as of people in a queue; 3. a narrow formation in which individuals or military units follow one behind the other; 4. any of two or more vertical sections of type on a printed page, especially on a newspaper page; 5. a regular feature or writer in a newspaper or magazine; 6. a vertical array of numbers