Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Homie"

The meaning of "Homie" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does homie mean?
A: It's slang, similiar to saying "buddy" or "pal" to your friends. It has a sense of solidarity among whoever you're using it for.
Q: What does homie mean?
A: Yes, usually it's used to jokingly address each other. (As long as they know that the word is not used as an insult.) :)

Ex: "Hey homie (your friend)! How are you?"
Q: What does What's up, homie? mean?
A: Someone you consider to be your friend or that you're close with. Its a very unused slang term and i would try to avoid using it if i were you
Q: What does homie mean?
A: @iamfernanda friend buddy homie amigo are different ways of saying it
Q: What does homie mean?
A: It's a less formal version of the word friend. You would never say it in the work place, it's extremely casual.

I personally don't hear "homie" used that often anymore, but maybe it other areas it is more common.

Example sentences using "Homie"

Q: Please show me example sentences with homie.
A: Ah, I wasn't sure.

Homey, homie, etc., is "homeboy", someone from your neighbourhood, a friend.

It is American urban slang, and refers to members of your family or gang.
Q: Please show me example sentences with homie .
A: "Mark is my homie"

"Ayy what's good homie?"

"How's it going homie?"

Keep in mind that homie isn't that commonly used here though :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with homie.
A: @Alicelee_330: homie slang for friend
example i chilled with my homie last week
means i hanged with my friend last week
those are my homies
those are my friends
Q: Please show me example sentences with homie.
A: "Of course, homie, I'm on your side."

Synonyms of "Homie" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between homie and friend ?
A: "Homie" is short for "homeboy." It is black vernacular English for a friend who understands you because he comes from the same place as you.
Q: What is the difference between homie and dude ?
A: They are both very similar. Homie has roots in African American culture, while dude does not. You may hear a lot of people say dude everyday while in America, at least among younger people.
Homie comes from African American culture and means the same thing as dude, but it is not as widely used. Sometimes people say homie as a joke.
Q: What is the difference between homie and fam and pal and buddy ?
A: Sample sentences won’t help you much. A homie is a friend or someone you know from your neighborhood. I’ve not heard the term ‘fam’ unless it’s short for family. Buddy and pal are the same

Translations of "Homie"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The homie said. it ain't many us, I told him less is more. hey. it's plenty of us.
A: “It ain’t many us” meaning “There aren’t a lot of us”. I don’t know who ‘us’ refers to, but the point is there isn’t many people.

“Less is more” is a phrase meaning that having a smaller amount of anything (in this case people) will have a greater/better impact (rather than having a lot of people).

“It’s plenty of us” (There’s plenty of us) means the original person (the homie) doesn’t have to worry about their small numbers because it’s enough.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? homie
A: It pronounces as "Hoo mee"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does it mean ' homie'
A: Informal slang term for "friend" or "comrade".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I don't know exactly mean of "homie"? Help me explain this world.
A: Homie is like bro,friend.
"What's up homie!"

Other questions about "Homie"

Q: what does "homie" mean? How, when and with whom do you use it?
A: Homie is a word you'd use with guy friends that are really close to you, they're your friends. It's most commonly used from one guy to another, but in rarer cases it can be used from girl to guy, guy to girl, and VERY rarely girl to girl.
Q: Дайте пару сленговых фраз для общения.
тип: homie idk why, but I luv u.🔥
A: ASAP — as soon as possible
Q: is homie means like best friend??!
A: @Raghad_Sami: its slang for friend
example i will hang out with my friends today can't wait
i will chill with my homies today
Q: What does homie mean in UK or Australia?
A: You use 'homie', which is a slang word, to mean 'friend'.

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