Alternative forms 
- membre (obsolete)
From Middle English membre, from Old French membre, from Latin membrum (“limb, body part”), from Proto-Indo-European *memso-, *mems-ro (“flesh”). Akin to Gothic *𐌼𐌹𐌼𐌶 (mimz, “meat, flesh”), Crimean Gothic menus.
Coexists with native Middle English lim, limb (“member, limb, joint”) (from Old English lim (“limb, joint, main branch”)), and displaced Middle English lith (“limb, joint, member”) (from Old English liþ (“limb, member, join, tip”)).
member (plural members)
- One who officially belongs to a group.
- A part of a whole.
- The I-beams were to become structural members of a pedestrian bridge.
- 1979, Kenneth J. Englund, "The Mississippian and Pennsylvanian (Carbonfierous) Systems in the United States - Virginia", Page C-14, in Geological Survey Professional Paper, Volume 1110
- The member intertongues and grades laterally with the lower sandstone member of the Pocahontas Formation of Early Pennslyvanian age}}
- A limb.
- The penis.
- (logic) One of the propositions making up a syllogism.
- (set theory) An element of a set.
- (computing, programming) In object-oriented programming, a function or piece of data associated with each separate instance of a class.
Derived terms 
- Japanese: メンバー
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