fellowship
I. noun Date: before 12th century 1. companionship, company 2. a. community of interest, activity, feeling, or experience b. the state of being a fellow or associate 3. a company of equals or friends ; association 4. the quality or state of being comradely 5. obsolete membership, partnership 6. a. the position of a fellow (as of a university) b. the stipend of a fellow c. a foundation for the providing of such a stipend II. verb (-shipped; also fellowshiped; -shipping; also fellowshiping) Date: 14th century intransitive verb to join in fellowship especially with a church member transitive verb to admit to fellowship (as in a church)

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