Homophones for jewel, jhool, joule

jewel / jhool / joule [ˈʤu:əl]

jewel – n. & v. – 1. a precious stone, especially a stone cut and polished for use as an ornament; 2. a bearing for a pivot in a watch or a delicate instrument (as a compass) made of a crystal or a precious stone; v. tr. – to adorn with jewels

jhool (jhul) – n. – a large ornate, ceremonial covering (similar to a carpet) for both elephants and horses, designed to cover the back and the sides of the animal

joule – n. – the metric unit of work or energy equal to 107 ergs or approximately .7375 foot-pounds or .2390 gram calories