Co-Host

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co-host (n.)
Cohost by polyextranth.png
Other formscohost
Synonymssecondary host
Applies toheadmates

A co-host is a headmate that shares the duties of day to day fronting with other members of the system. They may be secondary to a primary host, or equally share the role between multiple members.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

Co-host is a modifier of host. Perinaut is a similar term describing outward-facing members of the system. Co-hosts may be mains as well.

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