noun, plural fra·ter·ni·ties.
- fraternal insurance,
- fraternal society,
- fraternal twin,
- fraternal twins,
- fraternity house,
Origin of fraternity
Examples from the Web for interfraternity
Thinking there was another way, I met a few times with the president of the Interfraternity Council.I Was Gang Raped at a UVA Frat 30 Years Ago, and No One Did Anything|Liz Seccuro|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The theater is the scene of an Interfraternity Sing held the last week in May.North Dakota|Various
noun plural -ties
early 14c., "body of men associated by common interest," from Old French fraternité (12c.), from Latin fraternitatem (nominative fraternitas) "brotherhood," from fraternus "brotherly," from frater "brother," from PIE *bhrater (see brother). Meaning "state or condition of being as brothers" is from late 15c. College Greek-letter organization sense is from 1777, first in reference to Phi Beta Kappa.