Edit vs Homo - What's the difference?
As a noun edit
is an edict, type of legislative and/or judicial proclamation, originally emanating from a roman magistrate.
As an acronym homo is
(chemistry) highest occupied molecular orbital.
A change to the text of a document.
To change a text, or a document.
- I want to edit this sentence.
To be the editor of a publication.
- Wikipedia is an interactive encyclopedia which allows anybody to edit and improve articles.
- He edits the Bee.
* retouch, fix up, alter
(colloquial, often, pejorative) Short form of homosexual.
, author=Cecil Day Lewis
, title=Starting point
, passage="... He's a homo
"My dear Theo, at my age one can't worry about little details like that. Besides, he's got such a nice voice."}}
(uncountable, dated, US, Canada) Homogenized milk with a high butterfat content.
- I heard that she's a homo , but she hasn't come out of the closet yet.
, author=Purdue University. Agricultural Experiment Station.
, title=Station bulletin
, passage=One quart of homo
wholesale in glass equals one quart equivalent. Certain modifications were made in these relatives to adjust for variations in units per ...
(colloquial, sometimes, pejorative) Of or pertaining to homosexuality.
(not comparable, Canada, US) Homogenized; almost always said of milk with a high butterfat content.
, magazine=American milk review and milk plant monthly
, passage=Regular homo' milk was being sold out of stores in half gallons for 33 cents against 44 cents on regular ' homo
milk on home delivery.