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compeer

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noun com·peer \ˈkäm-ˌpir, käm-ˈpir, kəm-ˈpir\

Definition of compeer

Origin and Etymology of compeer

Middle English, from Anglo-French cumpere, literally, godfather, from Medieval Latin compater, from Latin com- + pater father — more at father


First Known Use: 13th century


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compeer

noun com·peer

Definition of compeer

  1. :  equal, peer

compeer

transitive verb, obsolete

Origin and Etymology of compeer

Middle English comper, from Anglo-French, from Latin compar, from compar, adjective, like — more at compare


First Known Use: 15th century



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