By Nic Price on 19 February 2006 — 1 min read

The term “social” is derived from the Latin word “socius”, which as a noun means “an associate, ally, business partner or comrade” and in the adjectival form socialis refers to “a bond between people” (such as marriage) or to their collective or connected existence.

Source: Wikipedia

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