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hom·ie

or hom·ey  (hō′mē)
n. Slang
A homeboy or homegirl.

homie

(ˈhəʊmɪ)
n
slang chiefly US short for homeboy or homegirl. See homeboy
Translations

homie

n (US inf) → Homie m
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But anyways, the cop said last try and I gave it my all and rolled straight to the homies.
around a year ago, and a lot of my little homies from Brooklyn were out there, too.
com/exclusives/2014/06/kris-jenner-khloe-kardashian-french-montana-just-friends/) Radar Online is now reporting Kris believes vehemently that Khloe and French are just homies.
at Allowing the crowd to bellow out requests for each song, the man from Tucson, Arizona improvised his entire set, with songs such as Dead Homies and Sleepy Vampire perfect showcases for that infamous gravelly voice and muscular guitar style.
Roman holiday with homies," People magazine quoted Kutcher as tweeting.
Inside, a toothsome smell-- googols of dust and incense--as if ashes of locos and homies had been put to rest on countertops and floors.
I will leave you with some of the new words I have learned - homies, phat and streetz.
Also on the train is gang member El Casper (Flores), fleeing from his heavily-tattooed homies after fighting back against the horrendous violence.
In addition to LATV Central, LATV will air the exclusive premiere of The Homies Hip-Hop Show based on the two-inch figurines that have a worldwide following.
When I ask Fein if he has received any serious flak from other conservatives for his sustained criticism, he admits some of his ideological homies are perturbed.
Such is the gang lifestyle - stepping up for one of your homies.