Used by females to distinguish a male friend whom of which the relationship with is platonic. To be used in lieu of saying "My guy friend". Replaces the annoying need to stop a story and explain that the friend is not a boyfriend.
Similar to the Spanish word "amigo".
Forget what you thought it meant after watching No Country for Old Men and use it for this purpose.
See also: frienda
Bill: Sarah, are you going to the show with your boyfriend?
Sarah: No, I am going with my friendo, Tony.