Same crisis that cost people their homes, their life savings.
That is how it is with our rich and famous friends; we go to their homes, but they do not visit our humble abodes.
He says attacks against women have risen, and the migrants and refugees have made people too scared to leave their homes at night.
But what of all the video of Alana—and her sisters, ages 12, 15, and 17—making its way online and into homes now?
Make It Right helps former residents secure forgivable loans to buy the homes.
This weaving was done by hand and in the homes of the workmen.
In what section of the city did most of the working girls, who had no homes, live?
Earthquakes in November and December of 1967 demolished 3,500 homes.
The Egyptians treasured in their homes the mummies of their dead.
Unless we help them they must abandon their homes, their all.
Old English ham "dwelling, house, estate, village," from Proto-Germanic *haimaz (cf. Old Frisian hem "home, village," Old Norse heimr "residence, world," heima "home," Danish hjem, Middle Dutch heem, German heim "home," Gothic haims "village"), from PIE root *tkei- "to settle, dwell, be home" (cf. Sanskrit kseti "abides, dwells," Armenian shen "inhabited," Greek kome, Lithuanian kaimas "village;" Old Church Slavonic semija "domestic servants").
'Home' in the full range and feeling of [Modern English] home is a conception that belongs distinctively to the word home and some of its Gmc. cognates and is not covered by any single word in most of the IE languages. [Buck]Home stretch (1841) is originally a reference from horse racing. Home base in baseball attested by 1859 (home plate by 1867; home as the goal in a sport or game is from 1778). Home economics first attested 1899. Slang phrase make (oneself) at home "become comfortable in a place one does not live" dates from 1892. To keep the home fires burning is from a song title from 1914. To be nothing to write home about "unremarkable" is from 1907. Home movie is from 1919; home computer is from 1967.