A greeting between friends, used like "hi" or "hey." Generally responded to with a repeat of "honig." Typically used in passing.
Originates from the MIT chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi where David Honig was a notoriously antisocial brother. In particular, he reacted with pronounced paranoia to hearing his name spoken. Accordingly, his name started being used as a regular greeting amoung brothers.
Alice to Bob: "honig"
Bob to Alice: "honig"