Homophones for knit, nit

knit / nit [nɪt]

knit – v. & n. – to make (a garment, etc.) by looping and entwining (wool) by hand by means of long eyeless needles or by machine; 2. to join or be joined together closely; 3. to draw (the brows) together or (of the brows) to come together, as in frowning or concentrating; 4. (of a broken bone) to join together, heal; n. – a fabric made by knitting

nit – n. – 1. the egg of a louse, especially adhering to human hair; 2. a unit of luminance equal to 1 candela per square metre; 3. chiefly British short for nitwit – a fool; 4. a unit of information equal to 1.44 bits