Homophones for ers, erse

ers / erse [ɜrs]

ers (ervum) – n. – 1. a vetch , Vicia ervilia, grown in Mediterranean and Asiatic countries as a forage plant and stock food – called also kersenneh, bitter vetch (Ervum Ervilia L.); 2. to be in motion, race, erratic

errs - v. 3rd pres. sing. of err - 1. makes mistakes; 2. blunders; 3. goes astray

erse – adj. – 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the Gaelic-speaking people of Scotland; 2. of, relating to or characteristic of the language of such people; 3. Irish Gaelic (usually capitalized)