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sodality

[ soh-dal-i-tee, suh- ]
/ soʊˈdæl ɪ ti, sə- /
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noun, plural so·dal·i·ties.
fellowship; comradeship.
an association or society.
Roman Catholic Church. a lay society for religious and charitable purposes.
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Origin of sodality

1590–1600; <Latin sodālitās companionship, equivalent to sodāl(is) companion + -itās-ity
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British Dictionary definitions for sodality

sodality
/ (səʊˈdælɪtɪ) /

noun plural -ties
RC Church a religious or charitable society
fraternity; fellowship

Word Origin for sodality

C16: from Latin sodālitās fellowship, from sodālis a comrade
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