Homophones for heard, herd

heard / herd [hɜrd]

heard – v. past & past part. of hear – 1. perceived sound with the ear; 2. listened to; 3. listened judicially to and evaluated; 4. informed; 5. contacted by letter, phone, etc.

herd – n. & v. – n. – 1. a large number of animals, especially cattle; 2. Derogatory a large number of people, a mob; 3. a keeper of large groups of animals: a herdsman; v. tr. & intr. – 1. go, drive or cause to go together as in a herd; 2. tend sheep, cattle, etc.; 3. drive animals, etc., in a particular direction