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Noun: fellow  fe-low
  1. A boy or man
    "there's a fellow at the door"; "you lucky fellow";
    - chap [Brit, informal], feller [non-standard], fella [informal], lad [informal], gent [informal], blighter [Brit, informal], cuss [informal], bloke [Brit, informal], boyo [UK, Ireland], bucko [informal], dog [informal]
     
  2. A friend who is frequently in the company of another
    "drinking fellows";
    - companion, comrade, familiar, associate, yokefellow [N. Amer]
     
  3. A person who is member of one's class or profession
    "he sent e-mail to his fellow hackers";
    - colleague, confrère
     
  4. One of a pair
    "one eye was blue but its fellow was brown";
    - mate
     
  5. A member of a learned society
    "he was elected a fellow of the American Physiological Association"
     
  6. An informal form of address for a man
    "Say, fellow, what are you doing?";
    - dude [informal], buster [informal], matey [Brit, informal], bo [US, informal], bro [US, informal], cock [Brit, informal]
     
  7. A man who is the lover of a man or woman
    "if I'd known he was her fellow I wouldn't have asked";
    - boyfriend, beau [archaic], swain [archaic], boyf [Brit, informal]
     
  8. [UK] An academic who is a member of a college
     
  9. An academic having a grant for research or advanced study; someone having a fellowship
    - research fellow

Sounds like: fella, fellah, felllow, fe

Derived forms: fellows

Type of: adult male, associate, bozo [N. Amer, informal], cat [N. Amer, informal], chappie [Brit, informal], china [Brit, informal], fellow member, friend, geezer [Brit, informal], guy [informal], hombre [N. Amer, informal], lover, male, male person, man, mate [Brit, informal], member, singleton, sod [Brit, informal]

Part of: brace, couple, couplet, distich, duad, duet, duo, dyad, pair, span, twain, twosome, yoke

Encyclopedia: Fellow, Life Management Institute