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Definition of: companion

(kəm·panyən) noun
1. One who or that which accompanies; a comrade; associate.
2. A person, usually a woman, employed for company and assistance not of a menial nature.
3. A mate; one of a pair. See synonyms under ACCESSORY, ASSOCIATE.
v.t. To be a companion to; accompany; associate with.
[<OF compagnon <LL companio, -onis <L com- together + panis bread]

Definition of: companion

(kəm·panyən) noun Naut.
A companionway; also, the wooden hood over a companionway. [<Du. kampanje quarter-deck]

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"companion" has the frequency of use of 0.0021% on en.wikipedia.org.

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