familiar as a noun:
as an adjective:
A person attached to the household of a high official (as a pope or bishop) who renders service in return for support.
heathen gods and goddesses;
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A friend who is frequently in the company of another.
synonyms: associate, companion, comrade, fellow.
friend of one's bosom;
usque ad aras [Lat.];
fidus Achates [Lat.];
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Dutch: gezelschapsdame, kameraad
Polish: kompan, kompanion
A spirit (usually in animal form) that acts as an assistant to a witch or wizard.
synonym: familiar spirit.
Well known or easily recognized.
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made acquainted with;
no stranger to;
au fait with,
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of daily occurrence,
of everyday occurrence;
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Within normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange.
usually followed by `with' Well informed about or knowing thoroughly:
— Familiar with the complex machinery.
— He was familiar with those roads.
Having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship:
— On familiar terms.
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Moby thesaurus: Bohemian, abreast, accepted, accustomed, acquaintance, acquainted, acquainted with, advocate, affable, alter ego, amicable, amigo, ancestral spirits, angel, arrogant, attendant godling, au courant, au fait, audacious, average ... show more.
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