Homophones for gild, gilled, guild

gild / gilled / guild [gɪld]

gild – n. & adj. – n. – 1. noise, clamour; 2. a payment or tax; adj. – of an ox: full-grown, of full value; v. – cover with a thin layer of gold, also used figuratively

gilled – past pt. of gill, v. tr. – 1. to gut or clean (fish); to eviscerate (beasts); 2. to handle the gills of, take hold of by the gills; 3. to cut away the gills of a mushroom; 4. to catch or entangle (fish) by the gills in a gill-net

guild – n. – 1. an association formed for the protection and mutual help of its members especially in the trades