HOMIE

Etymology

Noun

homie (plural homies)

(African American Vernacular English) Someone, particularly a friend or male acquaintance, from one's hometown.

(African American Vernacular English) A close friend or fellow member of a youth gang.

(African American Vernacular English) An inner-city youth.

(African American Vernacular English) A boyfriend or partner of a closeted man, used along with "Lil," to mean a bottom and "Big," to mean a top.

(Polari) Alternative spelling of omi

Synonyms

• (friend): homeboy, nigga (African American Vernacular English)

• (friend): See Thesaurus:friend

• (man): See Thesaurus:man

Source: Wiktionary



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