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."
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.