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brother

noun /ˈbraðə/
the title given to a male child to describe his relationship to the other children of his parents
hermano
I have two older brothers.
a fellow member of any group (also adjective)
compañero
brother officers.
(plural also brethren /ˈbreθrən/) a member of a religious group
hermano
The brothers of the order prayed together The brethren met daily.
brotherhood noun the state of being a brother
fraternidad
the ties of brotherhood.
an association of men for a certain purpose
hermandad
The Brotherhood of Steel Workers.
brotherly adjective showing good feelings, such as affection and kindness, that are expected from a brother
Fraternal
Let me give you a piece of brotherly advice.
brother-in-law noun ( plural brothers-in-law) the brother of one’s husband or wife.
cuñado
the husband of one’s sister.
cuñado
(Definition of brother from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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