Homonyms II Posted by on Dec 10, 2009 in Spanish Vocabulary

Homonyms are words that are written in the feminine and masculine in the same way, but they have different meanings.

El cabeza (head – boss) – la cabeza (head – body)
El capital (money) – la capital (capital – city)
El clave (chord) – la clave (solution)
El cólera (cholera) – la cólera (anger)
El cometa (comet) – la cometa (kite)
El corte (cut) – la corte (royal court)
El cura (priest) – la cura (cure)
El frente (front) – la frente (forehead)
El guía (guide – person) – la guía (guide – book)
El margen (limit) – la margen (river bank)
El orden (order, rank) – la orden (order, request)
El policía (policeman) – la policía (the police – organization)
El trompeta (trumpet player) – la trompeta (trumpet – instrument)

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English / Spanish teacher and translator for over 20 years. I have been blogging since 2007 and I am also a professional singer in my spare time.