Hear - here

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Hear and here form one of the sets of homophones listed by the then Poet Laureate Robert Bridges.
(For more, see Bridges homophones). AWE has a category listing our articles on each of these..

  • Hear is a verb, meaning 'to perceive sound' [via the ears]. For more on hear, go to hear.
  • Here, in current English, is only an adverb of place, meaning 'in this place', etc.
    • For a group of related spellings which all end in the four letters ...here, go to Here - there - where.