The place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household
When one’s fortune is made
the floods forced people to flee their homes
A party in a person’s home
In one’s own house
(Of a service or activity) provided or taking place within a person’s home
Hunting a huntsman's local beat.
Born or produced in one's own home, household, or country; native, indigenous; home-grown.
(In plural) domestic cares or worries.
To cook (food) at home.
(Of an animal or its meat) fed or fattened at home; local; not imported from abroad.
Felt intimately or strongly; heartfelt.
A fire burning in the hearth of a home. Frequently figurative and in figurative contexts, with allusion to the home or to family life in general.
A person who is on his or her way home; a person who returns to his or her home or home country.
In early use: a plot of land assigned to a particular owner for the purpose of building a house or farm on; = homestead. Later more generally: a plot of land suitable for building a house on; a building plot.
A name such as one would use at home; a pet name, a nickname.
News from home.
A perm produced by equipment designed for use in the home, rather than at a hairdressers.
To perm (a person's hair) using equipment designed for use in the home.
The middle row of keys on a typewriter or computer keyboard, on which the starting positions for the fingers in touch-typing are located.
An emotional bond or association with one's home (usually in plural).
= home ground.
Clothing worn in the home, typically of an informal, simple, or comfortable sort; the action or fact of wearing such clothing.
A wind blowing towards one's home or country.
A residential area in which a variety of traffic-calming measures are employed to create a safer environment for pedestrians.
= old country.
A small institution providing accommodation and care for people who are unable to look after themselves
Connected with an unpretentious way of life, especially that of rural peoples or areas
Play the second nine holes in a round of eighteen holes
(Of a blow or a missile) reach an intended target
A place from which operations or activities are carried out; headquarters
Another term for homebody.
Reared at home or in one’s own country
Beer or other alcoholic drink brewed at home
A farm on an estate that is set aside to provide produce for the owner of the estate
A person employed, especially by a local authority, to help in another’s home
The basic key in which a work is written
A person’s family, personal relationships, and domestic interests considered as a whole
A loan advanced to a person to assist in buying a house or flat
Made at home, rather than in a shop or factory
The introductory page of a website, typically serving as a table of contents for the site
The port from which a ship originates
The government of a colony, dependent country, or region by its own citizens, in particular as advocated for Ireland 1870–1914
A hit that allows the batter to make a complete circuit of the bases and score a run
A sports team that is playing at its own ground
The time at which school or work finishes and one goes home
The town of one’s birth or early life or present fixed residence
A flat, especially one occupied by the owner, that is one of several in a large building
A prefabricated building occupied as a permanent home, located with others in a dedicated area of ground
A residential institution where old or frail people are cared for