(adjective) Relating to manual work or workers; working class.
(noun) An individual who engages in manual labor, such as a construction worker or factory worker and is typically an hourly wage earner.
(noun) The class that owns the means of production.
(noun) A woman about to be married or who is recently married.
(noun) Money or property given to the family of the bride either by the groom or on his behalf.
1. (noun) A male sibling; 2. (noun) A male member of a group such as a fraternity or religion.
(noun) A belief system of many groups (particularly in Asia) that follows Buddhist doctrine as taught by Gautama Buddha.
(noun) An organization with formal procedures and standards; typically having a clear division of labor, explicit rules, and a hierarchy of authority.
(noun) Intervention by a third party in a situation involving assault, discrimination, or harassment.