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Definition of: fellow

(felō) noun
1. A man; boy.
2. A person or individual; one: A fellow can't work day and night.
3. A companion; mate; a counterpart or one of a pair; an equal.
4. An inferior or worthless person.
5. A trustee or member of the corporation in some educational institutions.
6. A member of a society.
7. A graduate or student of a university holding a fellowship or stipend awarded for excellence in and the further pursuit of a special field of study. See FELLOWSHIP.
8. Colloq. A girl's beau. See synonyms under ASSOCIATE.

1. To make or proclaim an equal to another.
2. To produce an equal to; match.
adjective Joined or associated; associate; having the same relation to something. ◆ Homophone: felloe.
[OE fēolaga business partner <feoh property + lag-, stem of lecgan lay]
Fellow may appear as the first element in two–word phrases, with the adjectival meaning.

fellow Christianfellow passenger
fellow citizenfellow prisoner
fellow conspiratorfellow soldier
fellow countrymanfellow student
fellow employeefellow townsman
fellow manfellow worker

Most often used phrases:

research fellow
senior fellow
honorary fellow
fellow editors
fellow students
fellow student
alongside fellow
visiting fellow
elected fellow
fellow members
fellow american
fellow wikipedians
fellow member
fellow soldiers
married fellow

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