from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Like, or relating to a friend.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
After getting off the plane from Canberra and catching the airtrain in, as advertised, my better half and I will be holding court at the Mana bar for any passing friends, be they Burgerish, SCAish or general friendish.
I won't name names (Don Wade) but some were actually, if not quite real friends, then at least friendish (Judy Markey).
This was actually a pretty good intellectual thriller of the "college novel" subgenre -- epitomized by Donna Tartt's stupendous The Secret History, Pamela Dean's almost-as-stupendous faerie ghost novel Tam Lin, and Elizabeth Hand's luridly enjoyable Waking the Moon -- in which the college, and the strange hothouse nature of relationships usually intellectual as well as erotic or friendish at college, are major matters of the story.
anyway, we ended up not birthday partying in the club district (victory!) but rather meeting some of the party-goers (who retreated from what turned out to be more a familyish rather than friendish celebration) at the green room.
i don't want to be comfortable going to movies alone! only perverts go to movies alone. [or so a friendish ex's ex's mum had always told him.] [[well ... it does make sense, ja?]] but i still holdfast to all statements made in regards to loretta lynn. which reminds me, i'm going to go get a sloe gin fizz. comments??