What is companion?

Some articles on companion:

The Chimera's Curse - Characters
... Connie Lionheart- about 14 years old, main character, Society member, Universal companion, close to Argand, Kullervo, Gard, Sentinel, and many other creatures ... her fears to become the strongest Universal companion there ever was ... Simon Lionheart- 12 years old, Connie's brother, Society member, Companion to the Nemean Lions, Amalthean Goats, and the great snakes, all of which, when combined, create the Chimera, a monster with three heads ...
Companion - Music
... Companion (Patricia Barber album), a (1999) album by Patricia Barber. ...
Secret Of The Sirens - Characters
... Connie Lionheart- 11 year old girl, recently moved to Hescombe, Society member, Universal Companion ... of Hescombe, Society member, member of the Two-Fours, Companion to the Pegasus species, specifically Skylark ... Companion to Col ...
SWIFT J1756.9-2508
... It was discovered in 2007 by the Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Explorer and found to have a companion with a mass between 0.0067 and 0.030 solar masses ... It is thought that the companion is the remnant of a former companion star, now stripped down to a planetary-mass core ... The pulsar is accreting mass from this companion, resulting in occasional violent outbursts from the accumulated material on the neutron star ...
Secret Of The Sirens - Society Trustees
... Kinga Potowska- Companion to the Dragon species ... Companion of Morjik ... Morjik- Companion of Kinga Potowska ...

More definitions of "companion":

  • (noun): One paid to accompany or assist or live with another.

Famous quotes containing the word companion:

    I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    One who was my companion in my two previous excursions to these woods, tells me that ... he found himself dining one day on moose-meat, mud turtle, trout, and beaver, and he thought that there were few places in the world where these dishes could easily be brought together on one table.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion of death.
    Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (b. 1926)