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Definition of homie hop

homie hop

  • when a person goes out with someone and then breaks up with them and goes out with one of their friends.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Nichole on May 19 2004.

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Other terms relating to 'homie':

Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: a friend.

Other terms relating to 'hop':

Definitions include: to visit several bars during a single outing.
Definitions include: a motorcycle that does not have many accessories and is suitable for short distance runs.
Definitions include: To jump while crouching over somebody while spinning 180 degrees and while landing hit them in the back of the head.
Definitions include: to be able to jump high.
Definitions include: Come over or climb or jump over-
Definitions include: a drug addict.
Definitions include: get in for ones share of something.
Definitions include: to have sex.
Definitions include: on drugs.
Definitions include: full of people.
Definitions include: to get started.
Definitions include: very busy.

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