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A kindred human being.
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  1. A kindred human being.
  2. A kindred member of humanity
One of two or more persons born of the same parents or, sometimes, having one parent in common; brother or sister
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  1. One of two or more persons born of the same parents or, sometimes, having one parent in common; brother or sister
  2. A person who shares same parents. One's brother or sister.
A person who is related to another through a common ancestor, and not merely by marriage or adoption.
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  1. A person who is related to another through a common ancestor, and not merely by marriage or adoption.
(Zool.) Any of the offspring of the same parents in relation to one another
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  1. (Zool.) Any of the offspring of the same parents in relation to one another
  2. A blood relative; kinsman or kinswoman; esp., a brother or sister
  3. A brother or sister; a sibling.
(Rare, chiefly US) A male given name.
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  1. (Rare, chiefly US) A male given name.
  2. A partner, especially one of a pair or team associated under the buddy system.
  3. Friend or comrade; chum. Used as a form of familiar address, especially for a man or boy:
The stepson of one's father or mother which is not one's half-brother.
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  1. The stepson of one's father or mother which is not one's half-brother.
  2. One's stepparent's son by a former marriage
A brother through one parent only
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  1. A brother through one parent only
  2. Alternative spelling of half brother.
A relative; esp., a male relative
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  1. A relative; esp., a male relative
  2. A man sharing the same racial, cultural, or national background as another.
Alternative form of Big Brother.
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  1. Alternative form of Big Brother.
  2. A man who assumes the role of an older brother, as by providing guidance or protection.
  3. One's older brother
Friend; pal. Used as a form of familiar address for a man or boy:
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  1. Friend; pal. Used as a form of familiar address for a man or boy:
  2. (Slang) brother; often, specif., a fellow black male
  3. A brother.
A degree or certificate granted by a junior college to those who have completed the regular two-year course
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  1. A degree or certificate granted by a junior college to those who have completed the regular two-year course
  2. A junior member of a law firm who typically works on salary and does not share in the ownership, profits, or decision-making of the firm.
  3. A colleague, companion, partner, or fellow employee.
A fellow member of a profession, staff, or academic faculty; an associate.
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  1. A fellow member of a profession, staff, or academic faculty; an associate.
  2. A fellow worker in the same profession; associate
A colleague or fellow, especially a professional one
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  1. A colleague or fellow, especially a professional one
  2. A fellow member or worker; colleague or associate, as in a profession
A fellow countryman
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  1. A fellow countryman
  2. A person from one's own country.
  3. A colleague
An African-American man or boy.
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  1. An African-American man or boy.
A brother by birth
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  1. A brother by birth
  2. Someone bound to another person in commitment and friendship by a ceremonial mingling of blood.
  3. A person bound to one by the ceremony of mingling his blood with one's own
A friend.
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  1. A friend; a pal.
  2. A close friend
  3. An intimate friend or companion.
A close, trusted friend, to whom one confides intimate matters or secrets
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  1. A close, trusted friend, to whom one confides intimate matters or secrets
  2. A character in a drama or fiction, such as a trusted friend or servant, who serves as a device for revealing the inner thoughts or intentions of a main character.
A type of settee.
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  1. A type of settee.
  2. A woman or girl confidant
  3. A confidant, especially one who is a woman.
(Folklore) A spirit or demon constantly attending someone and typically dwelling within, or taking the form of, an animal; also, the animal within which such a spirit or demon dwells
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  1. (Folklore) A spirit or demon constantly attending someone and typically dwelling within, or taking the form of, an animal; also, the animal within which such a spirit or demon dwells
  2. One who performs domestic service in the household of a high official.
  3. A close friend or associate.
(Rock-climbing) Brand name of a spring-loaded camming device now manufactured by Wild Country. Now used (often without initial capital) to refer to any such device.
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  1. (Rock-climbing) Brand name of a spring-loaded camming device now manufactured by Wild Country. Now used (often without initial capital) to refer to any such device.
  2. Something thought of as like a friend in being helpful, reliable, etc.
  3. One who supports, sympathizes with, or patronizes a group, cause, or movement:
A close friend or confidant.
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  1. A close friend or confidant.
  2. An intimate friend or companion
(--- Chiefly British) A good friend or companion.
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  1. (--- Chiefly British) A good friend or companion.
  2. A person with whom one is in close association; an associate.
  3. A spouse or romantic partner.
A language of Papua New Guinea.
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  1. A language of Papua New Guinea.
  2. An intimate friend; comrade; chum
(Informal) Buddy, friend.
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  1. (Informal) Buddy, friend.
  2. Any undeveloped or immature person or thing
  3. Friend; chum. Used as a form of familiar address, especially for a man or boy:
A partner, especially one of a pair or team associated under the buddy system.
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  1. A partner, especially one of a pair or team associated under the buddy system.
  2. A close friend; companion; comrade; esp., a comrade in arms
  3. Friend or comrade; chum. Used as a form of familiar address, especially for a man or boy:
A partner; confederate
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  1. A partner; confederate
  2. (Informal) An assistant to another person, especially to one's superior or more important person.
  3. A companion; close friend
Find another word for brother. In this page you can discover 38 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for brother, like: fellow-man, sibling, blood-relative, sib, kid-brother, buddy, male sibling, stepbrother, half-brother, and kinsman.