To, Too, and Two made me think of homophones and homonyms. With a simple search I find a lot of sites and a lot of people with an interest in homophones. Here's the chart that shows the comparisons with bough and bow. This chart comes frommagickeys.com. It shows all the variations - homonym, homophone, homograph and heteronym.
Same Sound/ different meanings
Same Spelling/ different meanings
bough (tree limb) bow (front of a boat) bow (at the waist) bow (tied with ribbon) bow (shoots arrows)
bough bow bow
bow bow bow bow
Wikipedia's list of homonyms is 246 words long. I expect this is incomplete - there are a few sites dedicated to homophones - homophone.com is another one. I went on to find homophone jokes, which are plentiful. Here's my selection.
How many members of a convent does it take to change a light bulb?
What did the chess piece say before bed?
What does Santa say when gardening?
Hoe hoe hoe.
Why would a chess piece in charge of a city be like a bad dream?
Because it would be a knight mayor.
What is ice cream’s favorite day of the week?
What did one homophone say to comfort the other homophone?
Their, there, they’re.
If you enjoyed them, these jokes come from homophonelist.com. This site has a scrollable list that is extensive. I had to scroll through it, and found a few that are equal or better than bow:
lays, laze, leas, leis, leys
pa, pah, par, parr, pas
hair, aire, are, are, ere, eyre
And then I found the winner:
ere, eyre, air, aire, are, ayre, heir
Is English the language with the most homophones? No, it is Chinese!