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normie

[ nawr-mee ]
/ ˈnɔr mi /
Informal.
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noun
Usually Disparaging. a person with mainstream tastes, interests, opinions, etc., as distinguished from people who are unconventional or part of a cultural subgroup: In the show's title sequence, he emerges from the subway like a regular guy, eats a slice of pizza like a normie, and goes to his job.
a person who does not have a physical or mental disability or a chronic disorder or illness, as distinguished from people who do: I’m in a wheelchair and was wondering about possibly dating normies.
adjective
Usually Disparaging. relating to or being a normie: The game franchise attracts a normie audience outside of core gamers.
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Origin of normie

An Americanism dating back to 1950–55; norm(al) + -ie
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