Definitions for comrade
ˈkɒm ræd, -rɪdcom·rade
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word comrade.
companion, comrade, fellow, familiar, associatenoun
a friend who is frequently in the company of another
"drinking companions"; "comrades in arms"
a fellow member of the Communist Party
used as a term of address for those male persons engaged in the same movement
A mate, companion, or associate.
A companion in battle, fellow soldier.
A fellow socialist or Communist.
(As a title replacing "Mr", "Mrs", "Miss", "Ms" etc in leftwing circles) Comrade Lenin
Hello comrade, are you going to the CPC meeting?
Etymology: From late comered, from camerade, from camerata, from *, from camara, camera; see chamber. Compare camaraderie.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: camerade, Fr. from camera, a chamber, one that lodges in the same chamber, contubernio fruitur.
Rather I abjure all roofs, and chuse
To be a comrade with the wolf and owl. William Shakespeare, K. Lear.
He permitted them
To put out both thine eyes, and fetter’d send thee
Into the common prison, there to grind
Among the slaves and asses, thy comrades,
As good for nothing else. John Milton, Agonistes, l. 1159.
A footman, being newly married, desired his comrade to tell him freely what the town said of it. Jonathan Swift.
a mate, companion, or associate
Etymology: [Sp. camarada, fr. L. camara, a chamber; hence, a chamber-fellowship, and then a chamber-fellow: cf. F. camarade. Cf. Chamber.]
Comrade means "friend", "colleague", or "ally". The word comes from French camarade and this French word has it roots in the Spanish term camarada. The term is frequently used by left-wing organizations around the globe. "Comrade" has often become a stock phrase and form of address. This word has its regional equivalents available in many languages.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kom′rād, n. a close companion: an intimate associate—ns. Com′radery; Com′radeship. [Sp. camarada, a roomful, a chamber-mate—L. camera, a chamber.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
A barrack term for a fellow-soldier, serving in the same company.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
A soldier who acts as the friend of another soldier, rendering him friendly services, etc. Each soldier generally has one special friend who is recognized as his comrade. The term comrade is also extended so as to include all the members of a particular corps, branch of the service, or the army generally.
The numerical value of comrade in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of comrade in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Comrade Kathy was a gentle, humane and humble soul. He was a determined revolutionary who gave his entire life to the liberation struggle of our country.
Age is a wonderful, marvelous comrade when you get to it and you have to respect it.
To fall in love is easy, even to remain in it is not difficult our human loneliness is cause enough. But it is a hard quest worth making to find a comrade through whose steady presence one becomes steadily the person one desires to be.
To fall in love is easy, even to remain in it is not difficult; our human loneliness is cause enough. But it is a hard quest worth making to find a comrade through whose steady presence one becomes steadily the person one desires to be.
Never forget that life can only be nobly inspired and rightly lived if you take it bravely and gallantly, as a splendid adventure in which you are setting out into an unknown country, to meet many a joy, to find many a comrade, to win and lose many a battle.
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- друга́р, друга́ркаBulgarian
- བློ་མཐུནTibetan Standard
- camaradaCatalan, Valencian
- soudružka, soudruh, kamarádCzech
- Genosse, Genossin, KameradGerman
- συνάδελφος, συστρατιώτης, σύντροφος, συντρόφισσα, συμπολεμιστής, συναδέλφισσαGreek
- camarada, compañera, compañeroSpanish
- همرزم, رفیقPersian
- कामरेड, साथीHindi
- elvtárs, elvtársnőHungarian
- 同志, 동무, 동지Korean
- comes, commilito, comitis, sociusLatin
- bendražygis, bičiulis, bendražygė, draugas, draugė, bičiulėLithuanian
- дру́гар, дру́гарка, со́борецMacedonian
- कमरेड, साथीNepali
- maat, kameraad, makker, strijdmakkerDutch
- towarzyszka, towarzysz, kamrat, kompanPolish
- camarada, parceiro, companheiroPortuguese
- tovarăș, camaradRomanian
- това́рищ, камара́д, товарищRussian
- друг, drugSerbo-Croatian
- súdružka, súdruh, druh, družkaSlovak
- tovariš, tovarišicaSlovene
- safdosh, oʻrtoqUzbek
- đồng chí, 同志Vietnamese
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