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Definition of homeys

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Other terms relating to 'family, family members':

Definitions include: anything, in speech.
Definitions include: See fam.
Definitions include: "extended" family, sometimes including close friends.
Definitions include: colloquial pronunciation of fool.

Other terms relating to 'friend, friends':

Definitions include: gang member, friend.
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: a good friend; "home boy".
Definitions include: friend. Sometimes pronounced "pot-na."
Definitions include: used to express displeasure, disagreement, disappointment, or disgust.
Definitions include: a close friend.
Definitions include: a group of people.
Definitions include: acronym for "friend of a friend".
Definitions include: Friend, best friend, buddy.
Definitions include: friend.
Definitions include: The feeling of really wanting to befriend a stranger or acquaintance.
Definitions include: best friend.
Definitions include: close companions whose friendship may contain romantic or sexual interest without an official commitment.
Definitions include: a male.
Definitions include: an exorbitant amount of something.

Other terms relating to 'school (related to)':

Definitions include: abbreviated form of "prerequisite".
Definitions include: of or relating to stereotypes of fraternity life.
Definitions include: acronym for "Back Yard University".
Definitions include: to invent ideas and solutions, usually by coming up with as many as possible while not rejecting any out of hand.
Definitions include: acronym for "all but dissertation".
Definitions include: "goes in to".
Definitions include: a student who has completed all parts of advanced education with the exception of completing, presenting, and defending their dissertation.
Definitions include: shortened form of "full-ride scholarship".
Definitions include: a leg.
Definitions include: "homework."
Definitions include: related to or similar to a fraternity; "fratty".
Definitions include: See all-nighter.
Definitions include: pejorative term for a male in a fraternity, or a male who acts like a male in a fraternity.
Definitions include: Skipping school, missing classes, taking as extended lunch, skipping out of work for the day/afternoon just to have fun.
Definitions include: an all-night period of awakedness to finish a task.

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Definitions include: Detroit, Michigan, USA.
Definitions include: good marijuana compressed into nugget form.
Definitions include: acronym for "first and true husband".
Definitions include: to be in a bad situation.
Definitions include: The theme of American freedom. Nobody rides free.
Definitions include: something that reveals important plot elements or details from a work of fiction or non-fiction.
Definitions include: "thinspiration".
Definitions include: to have a difficult-to-solve problem.
Definitions include: to hit, attack.
Definitions include: under the influence of Ecstasy (MDMA).

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