Derived from French "camarade", which was in turn derived from Latin "camara", this term means one with whom feelings of camaraderie are shared. A friend, associate, or partner can be considered a comrade. This term was, in fact, used by socialists before the Soviets popularized it, and continues to be used today by socialists, communists, and even without political connotations.
"Flashback Jim was my comrade in arms in Vietnam."
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