Capitonyms are words that, when capitalized, mean something completely different, and are even pronounced differently. Example in the first question.
Ex:I will give you clues, and the answer will be two words; both spelled exactly the same, except one is capitalized, and pronounced. For instance, if the clue reads "Pepper grown in South America", the answer would be "Chile chile". The country, Chile, and a pepper, a chile. Good luck!
-1.What would you call a more showery (as in weather) Washington volcano? 7 letters each
-2. What would you call a female sheep from the Volta Region of Africa? 3
-3.A stronger smelling or tasting Moroccan city would be a what? 7
-4.If you were to remove methane from the painter of "The Bellelli Family", what would it be called? 5
-5.What would a faithful man in the Bible call his occupation? 3
-6.What would a kind French city be known as? 4
-7.A green legume from Peru would possibly be considered a what? 4
-8.If a Greek god of war were to own a few hundred square meters of land area, what might they be called? 4
-9.A shiny surface from Poland is called a what? 6
10.A man from the Maldives would be considered what? 4