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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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I definitely wanted to get my Florida homies to come with me on the trip and share the experience but then I had to see who could get someone to help buy them a flight.
Just so everyone can get their panties out of their a***s, Scott and I are just homies #relax," Justin Bieber's ex wrote.
around a year ago, and a lot of my little homies from Brooklyn were out there, too.
Long forgotten by the trade press and often shunned by mainstream retailers, Homies comprise a huge portion of our industry.
Clearly nobody told him this, however, and despite his assertion that he has "hella good Jewish homies," he nevertheless donned a fake hook nose, black wig, and false beard to play a secret show in Seattle last Friday, cutting a figure that above-mentioned Jewish homies might find just a bissel offensive.
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.
I will leave you with some of the new words I have learned - homies, phat and streetz.
I think that's more a case of me being an out-of-touch fuddy duddy who clearly isn't hip and down with my homies.
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.