homie


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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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He was a homie through Zion and they were 45 minutes north of me.
Be considerate, pleasant and true, And good karma will be returned to you, A measure of bon homie makes better human beings of you and me.
When Matt Thorne, co-founder and president of Homie, found out his neighbor was thinking about selling her house, he knocked on her door and suggested they do the transaction without using a real estate agent.
The Square Homie has 21 detachable earring stays, three detachable ring stays (holds up to 18 rings), 40 necklace stays, 25 small-sized pouches, eight medium-sized pouches and two large pouches.
This silent and underappreciated group knows it takes a special set of skills and its own set of unique strategies to succeed as a Homie.
Cyrus, who recently broke off her engagement with Liam Hemsworth, said that her mom is her homie and if she wins, her mom wins as well.
The wicked clowns headline a bill that includes Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, The Dayton Family and Ill E.
Raza, the activist Homie, has degrees in Latin American history and Chicano studies and urges kids to further their education.
This was a homie version of Romeo and Juliet, or like an interracial couple moving into a segregationist neighborhood in the early sixties.
In your blazing evolutionary flight to eternal greatness you was smokin', Homie.
30pm), tickets PS10 Rich Homie Quan Dequantes Lamar, better known by his stage name Rich Homie Quan, is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and comes to Liverpool as part of his first UK tour.