pronunciation: IPA: /ˈso.tʃi.us/ /ˈso.ki.us/

Translations into English:

  • companion         
    (Noun  ) (noun   )
     
    someone with whom one spends time or keeps company
  • friend             
    (noun   )
  • ally   
    (Noun  ) (verb, noun   )
     
    one united to another by treaty or league
  • allied     
    (noun, adjv   )
  • associate               
    (noun, verb, adjv   )
  • comrade     
    (noun   )
  • fellow         
    (noun, adjv   )
  • partner       
    (noun   )
  • associated     
    (adjv   )
  • colleague       
    (noun   )
  • common         
    (noun, adjv   )
  • confederate   
    (verb, noun, adjv   )
  • copartner   
    (noun   )
  • denote the whole body of Italian confederates of Rome   
  • in business   
  • in phrases with Latini or nomen Latinum   
  • in public life   
  • joining in   
  • kindred   
    (noun, adjv   )
  • leagued   
  • mate     
    (verb, noun   )
  • pal   
    (noun   )
  • partaking   
    (noun   )
  • sharer   
    (noun   )
  • sharing   
    (noun   )
  • united       
    (adjv   )

Other meanings:

 
sharing, joining in, partaking, associated
 
kindred, related, akin
 
leagued, allied, united, confederate
 
(substantive) partner, sharer, associate
 
(substantive) companion, comrade
 
(substantive) ally; confederate

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Omnis homo , ut rei publicae socius , sociali securitati jus habet ; hic homo jus habet satisfactionem impetrare jurum publicorum , sociorum humanorumque quae necessaria ad suam dignitatem et progressum liberum sui est , per laborem suae patriae et operam aliarum gentium , pro temperatione et divitiis omnis gentis .Everyone , as a member of society , has the right to social security and is entitled to realization , through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each State , of the economic , social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality .
is fuit Lucilius Longus, omnium illi tristium laetorumque socius unusque e senatoribus Rhodii secessus comes.This was Lucilius Longus, the partner of all his griefs and joys, the only senator who had been the companion of his retirement in Rhodes.
Refertur etiam de rege Iuba, ut socius sit atque amicus; Marcellus vero passurum se in praesentia negat.It was also put to the vote that king Juba should be [honored with the title of] friend and ally.
primum extruendo tumulo caespitem Caesar posuit, gratissimo munere in defunctos et praesentibus doloris socius.In raising the barrow Caesar laid the first sod, rendering thus a most welcome honour to the dead, and sharing also in the sorrow of those present.
hanc sui famam ea statim contione commoverat, qua recitatis Vespasiani epistulis non ut plerique incerta disseruit, huc illuc tracturus interpretatione, prout conduxisset: aperte descendisse in causam videbatur, eoque gravior militibus erat culpae vel gloriae socius.He had raised this reputation for himself at the very first assembly, when, after Vespasian's letters had been read, he had not, like many, used ambiguous language, on which he might put this or that construction as might serve his purpose.
Firmius Catus senator, ex intima Libonis amicitia, invenem inprovidum et facilem inanibus ad Chaldaeorum promissa, magorum sacra, somniorum etiam interpretes impulit, dum proavom Pompeium, amitam Scriboniam, quae quondam Augusti coniunx fuerat, consobrinos Caesares, plenam imaginibus domum ostentat, hortaturque ad luxum et aes alienum, socius libidinum et necessitatum, quo pluribus indiciis inligaret.Firmius Catus, a senator, an intimate friend of Libo's, prompted the young man, who was thoughtless and an easy prey to delusions, to resort to astrologers' promises, magical rites, and interpreters of dreams, dwelling ostentatiously on his great-grandfather Pompeius, his aunt Scribonia, who had formerly been wife of Augustus, his imperial cousins, his house crowded with ancestral busts, and urging him to extravagance and debt, himself the companion of his profligacy and desperate embarrassments, thereby to entangle him in all the more proofs of guilt.
ita Radamistus frustra vel cum damno temptatis munitionibus obssidium incipit; et cum vis neglegeretur, avaritiam praefecti emercatur, obtestante Casperio, ne socius rex, ne Armenia donum populi Romani scelere et pecunia verterentur.And so Rhadamistus having attempted the fortified walls in vain or with loss, began a blockade, and, finding that his assaults were despised, tried to bribe the rapacity of the camp-prefect. Casperius protested earnestly against the overthrow of an allied king and of Armenia, the gift of the Roman people, through iniquity and greed of gain.
tardum Galbae iter et cruentum, interfectis Cingonio Varrone consule designato et Petronio Turpiliano consulari: ille ut Nymphidii socius, hic ut dux Neronis, inauditi atque indefensi tamquam innocentes perierant.Galba's progress had been slow and blood-stained. Cingonius Varro, consul elect, and Petronius Turpilianus, a man of consular rank, were put to death; the former as an accomplice of Nymphidius, the latter as one of Nero's generals.
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