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Meaning & Definition of Fellow in English

English

Fellow

/fɛloʊ/

noun

1. A boy or man

  • "That chap is your host"
  • "There's a fellow at the door"
  • "He's a likable cuss"
  • "He's a good bloke"
    synonym:
  • chap
  • ,
  • fellow
  • ,
  • feller
  • ,
  • fella
  • ,
  • lad
  • ,
  • gent
  • ,
  • blighter
  • ,
  • cuss
  • ,
  • bloke

2. A friend who is frequently in the company of another

  • "Drinking companions"
  • "Comrades in arms"
    synonym:
  • companion
  • ,
  • comrade
  • ,
  • fellow
  • ,
  • familiar
  • ,
  • associate

3. A person who is member of one's class or profession

  • "The surgeon consulted his colleagues"
  • "He sent e-mail to his fellow hackers"
    synonym:
  • colleague
  • ,
  • confrere
  • ,
  • fellow

4. One of a pair

  • "He lost the mate to his shoe"
  • "One eye was blue but its fellow was brown"
    synonym:
  • mate
  • ,
  • fellow

5. A member of a learned society

  • "He was elected a fellow of the american physiological association"
    synonym:
  • fellow

6. An informal form of address for a man

  • "Say, fellow, what are you doing?"
  • "Hey buster, what's up?"
    synonym:
  • fellow
  • ,
  • dude
  • ,
  • buster

7. A man who is the lover of a girl or young woman

  • "If i'd known he was her boyfriend i wouldn't have asked"
    synonym:
  • boyfriend
  • ,
  • fellow
  • ,
  • beau
  • ,
  • swain
  • ,
  • young man

Examples of using

He's quite a nice fellow but I don't like him.
He is a good fellow.
The fellow standing over there is my friend.