homester

noun
home·​ster | \ˈhōmztə(r), -mst-\
plural -s

Definition of homester 

British

1 : a member of the home team in an athletic contest

2 : homebody

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First Known Use of homester

1819, in the meaning defined at sense 2

History and Etymology for homester

home entry 1 + -ster

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