English noun: fellow
|1.||fellow (person) a boy or man|
|Samples||That chap is your host.|
There's a fellow at the door.
He's a likable cuss.
He's a good bloke.
|Synonyms||blighter, bloke, chap, cuss, fella, feller, gent, lad|
|Broader (hypernym)||male, male person|
|2.||fellow (person) a friend who is frequently in the company of another|
Comrades in arms.
|Synonyms||associate, companion, comrade, familiar|
|Narrower (hyponym)||date, escort, playfellow, playmate, tovarich, tovarisch|
|3.||fellow (person) a person who is member of one's class or profession|
|Samples||The surgeon consulted his colleagues.|
He sent e-mail to his fellow hackers.
|4.||fellow (quantity) one of a pair|
|Samples||He lost the mate to his shoe.|
One eye was blue but its fellow was brown.
|Part meronym||brace, couple, couplet, distich, duad, duet, duo, dyad, pair, span, twain, twosome, yoke|
|5.||fellow (person) a member of a learned society|
|Samples||He was elected a fellow of the American Physiological Association.|
|Broader (hypernym)||fellow member, member|
|6.||fellow (person) an informal form of address for a man|
|Samples||Say, fellow, what are you doing?.|
Hey buster, what's up?.
|Broader (hypernym)||adult male, man|
|7.||fellow (person) a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman|
|Samples||If I'd known he was her boyfriend I wouldn't have asked.|
|Synonyms||beau, boyfriend, swain, young man|
|Broader (hypernym)||adult male, lover, man|