5, the use of 'no homo' among women is far less commonplace.
Hom homin lupus est.
"They were disrespectful and offensive and not a reflection of my personal views.
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John, John, if you don't go you're no homo -no!Noun edit homo m, f ( plural homos ) gay (homosexual person, especially male) Adjective edit homo ( plural homos ) gay, homo Further reading edit Etymology edit From Esperanto homo, from English human, French homme and humain, Italian uomo, Spanish hombre, from Latin hom.9) a democratic leader: homo florens in populari ratione revolutionists: homines seditiosi, turbulenti or novarum rerum cupidi Norwegian Bokmål edit Etymology edit Short for gratis hot chat homofil (homophile) or homofil person (homophile person).Usage notes edit The word homo is a general, neutral and somewhat informal term for a homosexual person.Criticism of the phrase edit According to some critics, no homo perpetuates the notion that homosexuality and gay people are lesser than heterosexuality and straight people."2013 NBA playoffs - Roy Hibbert of Indiana Pacers apologizes for postgame gay slur - espn".
I apologize to those who I have offended, to our fans and to the Pacers' organization." 11 See also edit References edit a b c Weiner, Jonah.
Alere nlunt hominem edcem.
Translations edit Adjective edit homo ( comparative more homo, superlative most homo ) ( colloquial, sometimes derogatory ) Of or pertaining to homosexuality.
12) to civilise men, a nation: homines, gentem a fera agrestique vita ad humanum cultum civilemque deducere (De.