homegirl
noun Date: 1934 1. a girl or woman from one's neighborhood, hometown, or region 2. a girl or woman who is a member of one's peer group 3. an inner-city girl or woman

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • homegirl — ☆ homegirl [hōm′gʉrl΄ ] n. Slang 1. a girl or woman from the same town, neighborhood, etc. as oneself 2. a close female friend 3. a fellow female member of a youth gang * * * home·girl (hōmʹgûrl ) n. Slang …   Universalium

  • homegirl — ☆ homegirl [hōm′gʉrl΄ ] n. Slang 1. a girl or woman from the same town, neighborhood, etc. as oneself 2. a close female friend 3. a fellow female member of a youth gang …   English World dictionary

  • homegirl — UK [ˈhəʊmˌɡɜː(r)l] / US [ˈhoʊmˌɡɜrl] noun [countable] Word forms homegirl : singular homegirl plural homegirls American very informal a female friend who is from the same area or social group as you …   English dictionary

  • homegirl — [[t]ho͟ʊmgɜː(r)l[/t]] homegirls N COUNT A homegirl is a girl or woman from the same area as you, especially one from the same social group as you. [AM, INFORMAL] …   English dictionary

  • homegirl — noun a) A female friend. b) A female co member of a gang …   Wiktionary

  • homegirl — home|girl [ˈhəumgə:l US ˈhoumgə:rl] n a female ↑homey …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • homegirl — home|girl [ houm,gɜrl ] noun count a female friend who is from the same area or social group as you …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • homegirl — n American the female equivalent of the more com mon homeboy, recorded in black Ameri can speech as long ago as the 1930s. By the 1990s the term was often abbrevi ated to homey …   Contemporary slang

  • homegirl — n. female friend, pal (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • homegirl — /ˈhoʊmgɜl/ (say hohmgerl) noun 1. the female partner of a homeboy. 2. the female equivalent of a homeboy …   Australian English dictionary

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