[kuh m-peer, kom-peer]
an equal in rank, ability, accomplishment, etc.; peer; colleague.
close friend; comrade.
verb (used with object)
Archaic. to be the equal of; match.
Origin of compeer
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a person of equal rank, status, or ability; peer
a companion or comrade
Word Origin for compeer
C13: from Old French comper, from Medieval Latin compater godfather; see compadre
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