Homophones for hearse, herse, hirse

hearse / herse / hirse [hɜrs]

hearse – n. & v. – n. – 1. a vehicle for conveying a coffin; 2. a usually triangular frame of wood or metal designed to hold usually 15 candles and used especially in the Tenebrae service in Holy Week; 3. an elaborate framework over a coffin; v. – 1. to place on a bier or in a coffin; 2. to convey in a hearse; 3. bury, entomb; 4. to shroud as if with a hearse

herse – n. & v. – n. – a harrow used either for agricultural purpose or as part of a defense against a cavalry attack; v. (rare) – glorify or extol

hirse – n. – a term for the grain, millet, more commonly used in German than English