from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. colleague ("brother" in the same craft, occupation, or society)
  • n. One's wife's sister's husband.


co- +‎ brother (Wiktionary)


  • When co-brother Raj Kapoor cast him in Bobby, he would keep asking about his "character" and Kapoor would wave him off saying, "It's a role that will get you publicity worth millions."


  • The other five offenders include Mohd Rahman alias Babbu and Mohd Imran, both brothers-in-law of Maruti Nayeem, Mohd Shahbaz alias Rahil, who is the car-lifting offender's co-brother, Mohd Yusuf and Imran Khan, who were helping him in the offences.

    The Times of India

  • He was found at the house of his co-brother Abdul Sattar in the outskirts of A manhunt was launch for Jabbar after the security agencies learnt that Jabbar was also present during the encounter but managed to escape with an injury.

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