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Homie vs. Homey

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Homienoun

(African American Vernacular English) Someone, particularly a friend or male acquaintance, from one's hometown.

Homeyadjective

Befitting a home; cozy, intimate.

‘Susan added some homey touches to her office.’;

Homienoun

(African American Vernacular English) A close friend or fellow member of a youth gang.

‘Hey there, Francis, my homie!’; ‘Yo, homie!’;

Homey

having a feeling of home; cozy and comfortable; as, the homey everyday atmosphere; a restaurant with a homey atmosphere.

Homienoun

(African American Vernacular English) An inner-city youth.

Homeyadjective

having a feeling of home; cozy and comfortable;

‘the homely everyday atmosphere’; ‘a homey little inn’;

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Homienoun

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Homeyadjective

(of a place or surroundings) comfortable and cosy

‘a homey atmosphere’;

Homienoun

an acquaintance from one's town or neighbourhood, or a member of one's peer group or gang.

Homeyadjective

unsophisticated; unpretentious

‘an idealized vision of traditional peasant life as simple and homey’;

Homeynoun

variant spelling of homie

Homey

Homey is the second studio album by the American math rock band Chon. It was released on June 16, 2017, through Sumerian Records.

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