[hohm-room, -roo m] /ˈhoʊmˌrum, -ˌrʊm/
a classroom in which pupils in the same grade or division of a grade meet at certain times under the supervision of a teacher, who takes attendance and administers other school business.
(in an elementary school) the classroom in which pupils in the same grade or division of a grade receive instruction in all subjects except those requiring special facilities.
the pupils in a particular homeroom.
a room in a school used by a particular group of students as a base for registration, notices, etc
a group of students who use the same room as a base in school
in the U.S. schools sense, 1915, from home (n.) + room (n.).
noun 1. (in touch typing) the row on a typewriter or computer keyboard that contains the keys (home keys) to which four fingers of each hand return as a base, on a QWERTY keyboard being A, S, D, and F for the left hand and J, K, L, and the semicolon for the right.
noun 1. self-government in local matters by a city, province, state, colony, or the like. noun 1. self-government, esp in domestic affairs 2. (US, government) the partial autonomy of cities and (in some states) counties, under which they manage their own affairs, with their own charters, etc, within the limits set by the state constitution […]
- Home row keys
noun 1. an advocate of home rule.