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Definition of homie

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Other terms relating to 'friend, friends':

Definitions include: friend. Pronounced "hood-ee" or "whoa-dee."
Definitions include: An endearing term for a close friend or acquaintance.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of dog.
Definitions include: affectionate form of address or reference for one's significant other.
Definitions include: friend.
Definitions include: form of address for a friend.
Definitions include: anything, in speech.
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: having a nice body.
Definitions include: a friend or associate.
Definitions include: friend.
Definitions include: friend.
Definitions include: a young person or child.
Definitions include: used to express displeasure, disagreement, disappointment, or disgust.
Definitions include: a good female friend that is more like a sister.

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Other terms relating to 'homie':

Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: when a person goes out with someone and then breaks up with them and goes out with one of their friends.

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