Part of speech: noun
Origin: French, early 17th century
A confraternity or association, especially a Roman Catholic religious guild or brotherhood.
Examples of Sodality in a sentence
"The sodality ran a toy drive with the local elementary school every December."
"Many of the traditions started by the sodality 200 years ago are still in practice."
Popularity Over Time
While this word might bring a bubbly beverage to mind, it originates from the French and Latin words "sodalité" and "sodalis," which both mean comrade.
Did you Know?
Belonging to a sodality can impact you socially beyond getting invited to parties. Over 76% of U.S. Congressmen and Senators belong to a fraternity, and Greek Life contributes to a lot of our societal and cultural development.