Homophones for dawn, don

dawn / don [dɔn]

dawn – n. & v. – n. – 1. the first light of day, daybreak; 2. the beginning or incipient appearance of something; v. – 1. begin (of day), grow light; 2. begin to appear or develop; 3. become visible; 3. begin to become evident or understood

don – n. & v. – n. – 1. a Spanish title prefixed to a man’s forename, a Spanish gentleman; 2. an Italian title of respectful address, especially to a priest; 3. British head, fellow or tutor of a college at a British university; 4. Canadian a senior person in a university residence, usually responsible for the students and community life; 5. North American a high-ranking member of the Mafia; v. tr. – put on (clothing)