No. "Tear," meaning a drop of liquid falling out of an eye, is pronounced "tier." "Tear," meaning to rip, is pronounced "tare." "Tear," the noun, and "tear," the verb, are homographs: words with the same spelling but different meanings. It doesn't matter if they're pronounced the same way or not. "Hamper," a receptacle for dirty clothes, and "hamper," meaning to make a task difficult, are homographs, even though they are pronounced identically.