ETYM Latin amicabilis, from amicus friend, from amare to love. Related to Amiable.
Characterized by friendship and good will.
1. (Used colloquially) Having the relationship of friends or pals; SYN. matey, pally, palsy-walsy.
2. (Used informally) Associated on close terms; SYN. thick.
Suggestive of companionship.
ETYM Pref. con- + genial.
1. Suitable to one's needs or similar to one's nature; SYN. agreeable.
2. Used of plants; capable of cross-fertilization or of being grafted.
ETYM AS. freéndlîce.
1. Characteristic or or befitting a friend.
2. Favorably disposed; not antagonistic or hostile; SYN. amicable.
3. (In combination) Easy to understand or use.
4. Of or belonging to one's own country's forces or those of an ally.
ETYM Also written neighbourly.
(Alternate spelling: neighbourly).
Exhibiting the qualities expected in a friendly neighbor; SYN. neighbourly.
Alternate (chiefly British) spelling for neighborly.