Why is it that the same word 'sow' has so different meanings? I`m not capable of seeing the connection between the two meanings. Is there an etymologist out there who´d like to collaborate?
- Sow: the adult female of the pigs.
- Sow: to seed on land for plant growth; to seed. (Simple Past: sowed, Past Participle: sown, sowed).
See you later,