[hoh-mee] /ˈhoʊ mi/
a or .
(slang, mainly US) short for homeboy or homegirl See homeboy
also homey, by 1970s, slang, short for homeboy (q.v.). The identical word is recorded from the 1920s in New Zealand slang in the sense “recently arrived British immigrant.”
: and ”homie love,” the camaraderie among members of his gang
noun a condition in which one murders a partner in order to gain sexual satisfaction Word Origin homicide ‘murder’
[hoh-mee] /ˈhoʊ mi/ adjective, homier, homiest. 1. comfortably informal and inviting; cozy; homelike: a homey little inn. [hoh-mee] /ˈhoʊ mi/ adjective, homier, homiest. 1. 1 . /ˈhəʊmɪ/ adjective homier, homiest 1. a variant spelling (esp US) of homy noun 2. (NZ, informal) a British person /ˈhəʊmɪ/ adjective homier, homiest 1. like a home, esp in […]
[hom-uh-let-ik] /ˌhɒm əˈlɛt ɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to preaching or to . 2. of the nature of a . 3. of or relating to . /ˌhɒmɪˈlɛtɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to a homily or sermon 2. of, relating to, or characteristic of homiletics adj. 1640s, “of or having to do with sermons,” […]
[hom-uh-let-iks] /ˌhɒm əˈlɛt ɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the art of preaching; the branch of practical theology that treats of homilies or sermons. /ˌhɒmɪˈlɛtɪks/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) the art of preaching or writing sermons n. 1830, from homiletic; also see -ics.