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homer

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1homer

noun ho·mer \ˈhō-mər\

Definition of HOMER

:  an ancient Hebrew unit of capacity equal to about 1012 or later 1112 bushels or 100 United States gallons (378 liters)

Origin of HOMER

Hebrew ḥōmer
First Known Use: 1535

Rhymes with HOMER

2homer

noun hom·er \ˈhō-mər\

Definition of HOMER

1
:  home run

Origin of HOMER

1home
First Known Use: 1868

Other Baseball Terms

alley, cleanup, nightcap, safety, save, shag

3homer

verb hom·er

Definition of HOMER

intransitive verb
:  to hit a home run

First Known Use of HOMER

1940

Other Baseball Terms

alley, cleanup, nightcap, safety, save, shag

Homer

biographical name Ho·mer \ˈhō-mər\

Definition of HOMER

9th–8th? cent. b.c. Greek epic poet

Homer

biographical name

Definition of HOMER

Winslow 1836–1910 Am. artist

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