by HegeExplains January 07, 2017
by Brotaztics_ March 25, 2017
Person you know from your hometown or neighborhood. Originated in 1940-50's in African American culture
Students away at College, or persons visiting or moved to another city or town and noticing someone from their hometown. This person was called "hometown" which was later shortened to "homie" There goes my hometown friend Tonya. In a greeting, "Hey Hometown!" Used then and today, "That's my homie Tonya"
by Alicia Y August 29, 2006
Vernacular Black English for someone from the same city as the speaker; now used by young urban whites as well.
by Brandon December 10, 2003
by swastikabearer December 28, 2009