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Meaning & Definition of Home in English

English

Home

/hoʊm/

noun

1. Where you live at a particular time

  • "Deliver the package to my home"
  • "He doesn't have a home to go to"
  • "Your place or mine?"
    synonym:
  • home
  • ,
  • place

2. Housing that someone is living in

  • "He built a modest dwelling near the pond"
  • "They raise money to provide homes for the homeless"
    synonym:
  • dwelling
  • ,
  • home
  • ,
  • domicile
  • ,
  • abode
  • ,
  • habitation
  • ,
  • dwelling house

3. The country or state or city where you live

  • "Canadian tariffs enabled united states lumber companies to raise prices at home"
  • "His home is new jersey"
    synonym:
  • home

4. (baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands

  • It must be touched by a base runner in order to score
  • "He ruled that the runner failed to touch home"
    synonym:
  • home plate
  • ,
  • home base
  • ,
  • home
  • ,
  • plate

5. The place where you are stationed and from which missions start and end

    synonym:
  • base
  • ,
  • home

6. Place where something began and flourished

  • "The united states is the home of basketball"
    synonym:
  • home

7. An environment offering affection and security

  • "Home is where the heart is"
  • "He grew up in a good christian home"
  • "There's no place like home"
    synonym:
  • home

8. A social unit living together

  • "He moved his family to virginia"
  • "It was a good christian household"
  • "I waited until the whole house was asleep"
  • "The teacher asked how many people made up his home"
    synonym:
  • family
  • ,
  • household
  • ,
  • house
  • ,
  • home
  • ,
  • menage

9. An institution where people are cared for

  • "A home for the elderly"
    synonym:
  • home
  • ,
  • nursing home
  • ,
  • rest home

verb

1. Provide with, or send to, a home

    synonym:
  • home

2. Return home accurately from a long distance

  • "Homing pigeons"
    synonym:
  • home

adjective

1. Used of your own ground

  • "A home game"
    synonym:
  • home(a)

2. Relating to or being where one lives or where one's roots are

  • "My home town"
    synonym:
  • home

3. Inside the country

  • "The british home office has broader responsibilities than the united states department of the interior"
  • "The nation's internal politics"
    synonym:
  • home(a)
  • ,
  • interior(a)
  • ,
  • internal
  • ,
  • national

adverb

1. At or to or in the direction of one's home or family

  • "He stays home on weekends"
  • "After the game the children brought friends home for supper"
  • "I'll be home tomorrow"
  • "Came riding home in style"
  • "I hope you will come home for christmas"
  • "I'll take her home"
  • "Don't forget to write home"
    synonym:
  • home

2. On or to the point aimed at

  • "The arrow struck home"
    synonym:
  • home

3. To the fullest extent

  • To the heart
  • "Drove the nail home"
  • "Drove his point home"
  • "His comments hit home"
    synonym:
  • home

Examples of using

He's very brave at home.
I go straight home after work.
Will you allow me to accompany you home?