The emotions or conduct of friends; the state of being friends
Originally and chiefly US a ring given as a token of friendship.
A centre established to provide advice, social services, etc., to the community in which it is situated; (Canadian) = native friendship centre.
Any of several ornamental plants that are easily maintained, and hence frequently given as gifts; especially Pilea involucrata (family Urticaceae) of Central and South America.
A handmade quilt comprising a variety of blocks, typically made by a group of friends, with each participant making and signing one or more blocks.
A treaty establishing friendly relations between two nations or peoples.
A brightly coloured bracelet of woven wool, cotton, or other yarn, worn by young people as a token of friendship
A centre established to provide advice, social services, etc., to North American Indians, especially in areas where such people are a minority; also called friendship centre.