Used by males to distinguish a female friend whom of which the relationship with is platonic. To be used in lieu of saying "My friend who's a girl". Replaces the annoying need to stop a story and explain that the friend is not a girlfriend.
Similar to the Spanish word "amiga".
See also: friendo
Sarah: Bill, are you going to the show with your girlfriend?
Bill: No, I am going with my frienda, Haley.
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