Meaning of pew-fellow in English:

pew-fellow

Pronunciation /ˈpjuːˌfɛləʊ/

noun

rare
  • A person who has a seat in the same pew as another (usually specified) person; a fellow-worshipper. In extended use: a person of the same religious, political, etc., belief or group; (more generally) a companion, an associate.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas More (1478–1535), lord chancellor, humanist, and martyr. From pew + fellow.