cofounder

or co-found·er

[koh-foun-der]
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noun

a person who founds or establishes something with another.

Nearby words

  1. coffin-siris syndrome,
  2. coffinite,
  3. coffle,
  4. cofinal,
  5. cofound,
  6. cofunction,
  7. cog,
  8. cog in the wheel,
  9. cog railway,
  10. cog.

Origin of cofounder

First recorded in 1595–1605; co- + founder1

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