The state or quality of being fraternal or brotherly; brotherhood.
A body of men associated for their common interest, business, or pleasure; a company; a brotherhood; a society; in the Roman Catholic Church, an association for special religious purposes, for relieving the sick and destitute, etc.
Men of the same class, profession, occupation, character, or tastes.
A social club for male college undergraduates. They often have secret initiation rites, and are named by the use of two or three Greek letters. The corresponding association for women students is called a sorority.
a Greek lettered brotherhood; the term "fraternity" also applies to some sororities.
A group of students in a club organized for social, professional or academic reasons. Fraternities are usually designated by Greek letters. While fraternities may have men and women members, usually they are groups of men. Groups of women are usually referred to as sororities.
a Greek letter sisterhood or brotherhood.
A Greek organization for men. Many of the older women's organizations are offically known as fraternities rather than sororities. Also refers to co-ed Greek organizations.
a brotherhood and the things that go on within the group are considered secret
a brotherhood or sisterhood (quite a few of what people call sororities are technically women's fraternities because of their consitution ) of people who believe in a set of common principles
a club (social or service) that is based within or near the college campus
a commitment to a lifetime of friendship and brotherhood based on a history of values and traditions
a group of men bound together by friendship, brotherhood, and common goals
a group of men who believe and live by the same set of values, and foster a close friendship through those values
an adventure in group living and as such offers a chance for college men to grow in more beneficial ways than they would living in dorms and not being motivated by their peers
an association of men, selected in their college days by democratic processes, because of their adherance to common ideals and aspirations
an association of persons bonded together by a common interest, a sense of brotherhood, and a uniform purpose
an organization that builds men into leaders and fosters friendships that will last a lifetime
an organization that represents the relationship between its members as akin to brotherhood
an organization whose members have a special bond with each other regardless of age or position
an organization whose members have a special bond with one another regardless of age or position
an organization whose members have banded together for reasons of common interest and mutual benefit
a society in which the members strive to live in a brotherly concord patterned on the family relations of blood brothers, where they are worthy of the tie
The name formally applied to a brotherhood or Greek Lettered organizations consisting primarily of men. This also serves as the formal name to both men and women's Greek Lettered organizations.
A group of men bonded together by their ritual that contains the founding principles, ideals, and aspirations of the group.
The name that applies to all Greek letter organizations, characterized by ritual(s), symbol(s), and a strong tie of friendship.
Name that applies to all Greek-letter organizations, characterized by a ritual, pin and strong ties of friendship*. Informally, women's fraternities are called sororities.*Although the full name of a sorority may include either sorority or fraternity, informally all women's fraternities are called sororities.
A group of people brought together because of mutual interests. Generally thought of as a group of men, but also refers to co-ed organizations and many sororities are officially fraternities.
An individual men's Greek-Letter organization. Also used to describe a co-ed Greek Letter organization.
The name that applies to all Greek letter organizations characterized by a ritual, a pin and a strong tie of friendship. Women's fraternities my also be called sororities.
The name that applies to male Greek letter organizations and is characterized by a ritual, pin, and a strong bonf of friendship.
A social or honorary club of male students. Members often live in a fraternity house.
A group of men or women sharing a common purpose or interest
The name informally applied to a Greek-letter brotherhood. Formally, both men's and women's groups were called fraternities, though many of the women's groups refer to themselves as a "Fraternity for Women"
A Greek letter organization. This can refer to either a men's or women's organization, and can refer to general/social organizations, professional organizations, or honoraries. Informally, the term refers to men's organizations.
A group of individuals bound together by common goals and rituals.
Greek organization for men or women
A men's Greek organization. Some sororities are identified as a fraternity in their official name; others describe themselves as being a "woman's fraternity".
an organization of college students and alumni; from the Latin noun fraternitas meaning "brotherhood."
A Greek Organization, typically for men
The name that applies to all Greek letter organizations characterized by a ritual, pin, and strong tie to friendship and moral principles. Informally, women’s fraternities are called sororities.
a social organization of men, sometimes living together in a large house, each with different rules, regulations, and objectives. Some fraternities are purely social; others are professional organizations or academic honorary organizations
Formally, the name applied to all Greek letter organizations. Informally, the name applied to men's groups.
The name applied to all Greek-letter organizations. Informally, this name applies to men's groups while women's organizations may be sororities or female fraternities.