Inflected form(s): plural wagaami \wä-gä-mī\
Etymology: Japanese and French Compound word, from Japanese Waga meaning My, from French Ami meaning Friend;
from Japanese wagami meaning oneself, myself. Homographic word as the singular and plural are spelled alike but pronounced differently.
1: a hired platonic companion.
2: a person or group of persons hired to accompany another to give companionship.
3: accompaniment by a hired person.
4: a hired person to accompany and fulfill the requests of the employer not pertaining to any sexual or erotic activities.
Use: I have a big event to go to on Friday and I dont have enough time to find a knock out. I think I will hire a Wagaami to go with me.