Homophones for father, fother

father / fother [ˈfaðɜr]

father – n. – 1. male parent or progenitor; 2. an originator, designer or early leader; 3. a venerable person; 4. a priest in the Roman Catholic or Anglican Church; v. tr. – 1. beget; 2. behave as a father towards; 3. bring into existence, originate

fother – n. & v. – n. – 1. a wagonload; 2. any of various units of weight for lead, especially a modern unit equal to 19½ hundredweights; 3. variant of fodder; v. – 1. to cover, especially a sail or a piece of canvas with oakum or rope yarn for use in temporary stopping a leak in a hull of a ship