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- n. Plural form of brother.
- n. male siblings
- n. males of negro descent, or supporters of equal rights
- n. persons, particularly males, connected by a common cause or situation
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There is no crime against them31 (if they speak unveiled) to their fathers, or their sons, or their brothers, or their brothers sons, or their sisters sons, or their women, or what their right hands possess; but let them fear God, verily, God is witness over all.
I also think it's good that they've chosen to depict a trans man; too many people still associate transness with trans women, and it's good to see my trans brothers getting a bit more visibility (* fist-bump of trans solidarity to my trans brothers*)
The Weasley twin brothers from the Harry Potter movies!
I purposely use the term brothers, because that is how we view Pakistanis.
As president, he pledged to reconcile all Ivorians from all regions as well as what he called "brothers and sisters who have come from elsewhere and for whom Ivory Coast is a land of hospitality", urging everyone to stifle their resentments and build a country that goes beyond the ties of blood.
One of my brothers is a Silver Star vet of the 101st, with several purple hearts and Air medals plus the usual.
Each of the brothers is a consummate artist, and each has his own style.
They never before announced that someone was seriously wounded, they never before asked for the -- what they call the brothers to pray for the leader.
So go back to your trailertrash whore of a mother and beg her to tell you which of her brothers is your daddy.
(that was what he called the brothers), and that evening he felt in
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