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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Companion \Com*pan"ion\ (k[o^]m*p[a^]n"y[u^]n), n. [F.
     compagnon, OF. compaing, fr. an assumed LL. companio (cf.
     companium fellowship, a mess), fr. L. com- + panis bread. See
     Pantry.]
     1. One who accompanies or is in company with another for a
        longer or shorter period, either from choice or casually;
        one who is much in the company of, or is associated with,
        another or others; an associate; a comrade; a consort; a
        partner.
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              The companions of his fall.           --Milton.
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              The companion of fools shall smart for it. --Prov.
                                                    xiii. 20 (Rev.
                                                    Ver.).
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              Here are your sons again; and I must lose
              Two of the sweetest companions in the world. --Shak.
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              A companion is one with whom we share our bread; a
              messmate.                             --Trench.
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     2. A knight of the lowest rank in certain orders; as, a
        companion of the Bath.
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     3. A fellow; -- in contempt. [Obs.] --Shak.
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     4. [Cf. OSp. compa[~n]a an outhouse, office.] (Naut.)
        (a) A skylight on an upper deck with frames and sashes of
            various shapes, to admit light to a cabin or lower
            deck.
        (b) A wooden hood or penthouse covering the companion way;
            a companion hatch.
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     Companion hatch (Naut.), a wooden porch over the entrance
        or staircase of the cabin.
  
     Companion ladder (Naut.), the ladder by which officers
        ascend to, or descend from, the quarter-deck. --Totten.
  
     Companion way (Naut.), a staircase leading to the cabin.
  
     Knights companions, in certain honorary orders, the members
        of the lowest grades as distinguished from knights
        commanders, knights grand cross, and the like.
  
     Syn: Associate; comrade; mate; compeer; partner; ally;
          confederate; coadjutor; accomplice.
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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Companion \Com*pan"ion\, v. t.
     1. To be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany. [R.]
        --Ruskin.
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     2. To qualify as a companion; to make equal. [Obs.]
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              Companion me with my mistress.        --Shak.
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Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

  companion
       n 1: a person who is frequently in the company of another;
            "drinking companions"; "comrades in arms" [syn: comrade,
             fellow, familiar, associate]
       2: a traveler who accompanies you [syn: fellow traveler, fellow
          traveller]
       3: one paid to accompany or assist or live with another
       v : be a companion to somebody [syn: company, accompany, keep
           company]

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  343 Moby Thesaurus words for "companion":
     Bayard, Don Quixote, Gawain, Lancelot, Ritter, Sidney, Sir Galahad,
     abigail, accompanier, accompanist, accompanyist, ace, adjunct,
     ally, alter ego, amah, amiable, amigo, analogon, analogue,
     associate, attend, attendant, au pair girl, ayah, bachelor, back,
     back stairs, balance rudder, banneret, baronet, batten, beak,
     beakhead, beam, bear, bedfellow, bedmate, betweenmaid, biddy,
     bilge keelson, bitt, board, bodyguard, bollard, bollard timber,
     bosom buddy, bow, bracket plate, bridge, bring, brother,
     brother-in-arms, buddy, bulkhead, bulwarks, bunkie, bunkmate,
     butty, caballero, cam cleat, camarade, capstan, carling, carry,
     casemate, cathead, cavalier, ceiling, centerboard, chamberfellow,
     chambermaid, chaperon, chaperone, chevalier, chum, classmate,
     cleat, close copy, close match, coadjutor, cognate, cohort,
     colleague, comate, companion, companion piece, companionable,
     companionway, company, compatriot, compeer, complacent, complement,
     comrade, concomitant, conduct, conductor, confederate, confrere,
     congenator, congener, conning tower, consociate, consort,
     consort with, convivial, convoy, cook, coordinate, copartner, copy,
     correlate, correlative, correspondent, counter, counterpart, crony,
     cutwater, daggerboard, davit, dead ringer, deadwood, double,
     duenna, duplicate, effigy, enchiridion, entrance, equivalent,
     escalier, escort, esquire, exact likeness, fantail, fellow,
     fellow member, fellow student, fellow traveler, femme de chambre,
     figurehead, fille de chambre, fire escape, flight of steps,
     forefoot, foresheets, foretop, frame, freeboard, futtock,
     gangplank, gangway, garboard strake, gentlewoman, girl,
     girl friend, good-natured, gossip, guard, gudgeon, guide, gunnel,
     gunwale, handbook, handmaid, handmaiden, hatch, hatchway, hawse,
     hawse timber, hawsehole, hawsepiece, hawsepipe, head, heel,
     hired girl, housemaid, icon, idol, image, incline, island, keel,
     keel and keelson, keelson, kevel, kindred spirit, kitchenmaid,
     knee, knight, knight bachelor, knight banneret, knight baronet,
     knight-errant, lady-help, lady-in-waiting, landing, landing stage,
     larboard, lee, lee side, leeward, like, likeness, live-in maid,
     live-out maid, living image, living picture, maid, maidservant,
     maintop, manual, match, mate, messmate, miniature, mirroring,
     mizzentop, model, near duplicate, nose, nursemaid, obverse,
     old crony, paddle wheel, pal, parallel, pard, pardner, parlormaid,
     partner, pendant, perron, photograph, picture, pintle, planking,
     playfellow, playmate, poop, port, porthole, portrait, portside,
     post, propeller, prow, pulpit, rail, ramp, reciprocal,
     reference book, reflection, resemblance, rib, roommate, rubbing,
     rubrail, rudder, rudderpost, rudderstock, run, running mate,
     safe-conduct, schoolfellow, schoolmate, scullery maid, scupper,
     scuttle, scuttlebutt, second self, semblance, servant girl,
     servitress, shadow, shaft tunnel, sheave hole, sheer strake,
     sheets, shelf, shelfpiece, shepherd, shipmate, side partner,
     sidekick, similitude, simulacrum, sister, skeg, snorkel, sociable,
     soubrette, soul mate, spiral staircase, spit and image,
     spitting image, squire, staircase, stairs, stairway, stanchion,
     starboard, stem, stepping-stones, steps, stern, stile, strake,
     such, suchlike, superstructure, swain, tail end, tally, teammate,
     the like of, the likes of, tiller, trace, tracing, transom,
     treads and risers, truck, tweeny, twin, upstairs maid, usher,
     very image, very picture, waiting maid, waterline, waterway,
     weather, weather side, weatherboard, wench, wheel, winch, windlass,
     windward, workfellow, yokefellow, yokemate  
     
Din dicționarul Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  COMPANION, dom. rel. By 5 Edw. III., st. 5, c. 2, Sec. 1, it is declared to 
  be high treason in any one who "doth compass or imagine the death of our 
  lord the king, or our lady his companion," &c. See 2 Inst. 8, 9; 1 H. H. P. 
  C. 124. 
  
  

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