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Oxford dictionary definition of the word brother:
1a man or boy in relation to other sons and daughters of his parents:
he recognized her from her strong resemblance to her brother
a male associate or fellow member of an organization:
the time is coming, brothers, for us to act
(also brotha or brutha) North American informal a black man (often used as a term of address by other black people):
there I was with one white boy and this other brother
a thing which resembles or is connected to another thing:
the machine is almost identical to its larger brother
2 (plural also brethren /ˈbrɛðrɪn/) Christian Church a (male) fellow Christian.
a member of a religious order of men:
a Benedictine brother
a member of a fundamentalist Protestant denomination:
the Plymouth Brethren
chiefly North American
used to express annoyance or surprise:
be one’s brother’s keeper
be responsible for the behaviour of a relative, friend, or associate:
we are, it seems, at last becoming a world in which each of us is our brother’s keeper
brothers in arms
soldiers fighting together on the same side.
Old English brōthor, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch broeder and German Bruder, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin frater