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Companion
Comrade
Dictionaries
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Companion; Companionship
Companion; Companionship [Heb. qārôḇ] (Ex. 32:27); AV, NEB, NEIGHBOUR; [rā‘â] (Prov. 13:20; 28:7); NEB “mix with,” COMPANY; [rē‘â] (Jgs. 11:37f);AV also FELLOW; [rē (a)‘] (Job 30:29; Ps. 38:11; 45:14; 122:8); AV, NEB, also FRIEND; [meyuddā‘] (Ps. 88:8, 18); AV ACQUAINTANCE; NEB also FRIEND;
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
COMPANION
COMPANION [אָחʾohav, רָעָהʾakh, מֵרֵעkhaver, אֹהַבmereʿ, חָבֵרraʿah; μέτοχος metochos, σύζυγος syzygos]. Companion designates someone who lives, travels, or works with another person. Originally, the English term companion derives from the Latin word that means “to eat with.”The translation companion