Halvsies



plural noun

an arrangement, design, etc. in which anything is divided in half
Examples

halvsies on the salad
Word Origin

1960s
Usage Note

informal

noun

One half of what is indicated, esp as an equal share: She found it, but I claimed halvsies because I did most of the work (1960s+)

Related Terms

go halfies

modifier

Split equally between two; go dutch: let’s go halvsies on dinner

Related Terms

go halvsies

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