Homophones for
hawks, hocks, hoks, hox

hawks / hocks / hoks / hox [ˈhɒks]

hawks – n. & v. – n. pl.– 1. various diurnal birds of prey of the family Accipitridae, having a characteristic curved beaks, rounded, short wings and long tails; 2. people who advocate aggressive or war-like polices; 3. mortar boards for carrying plaster; v. 3rd pres. sing. of hawk –1. carries goods for sale; 2. clears throat noisily; 3. attacks in the same manner as a bird of prey

hocks – n. & v. – n. pl. – 1. knuckles or lower joints; 2. German white wines from the Rhineland; v. 3rd pers. pres. sing. – pawns

hoks – n. pl. of hok – South African – 1. small animal enclosures; 2. huts or shacks

hox – n. – 1. the homeobox gene; 2. a hamstring; v. – hough or hamstring