Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A brother.
  • noun A brother-in-law.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • What we have is video of you shooting this man, this Latin Lord, who you called hermano.

    Red Knife

  • What we have is video of you shooting this man, this Latin Lord, who you called hermano.

    Red Knife

  • What we have is video of you shooting this man, this Latin Lord, who you called hermano.

    Red Knife

  • What we have is video of you shooting this man, this Latin Lord, who you called hermano.

    Red Knife

  • Español · Ecuador: Contratos estatales con el hermano del presidente plantean preocupaciones

    Global Voices in English » Ecuador: State Contracts With President’s Brother Raise Concerns

  • Both follow closely the contemporary account, which was translated from Latin into Spanish and printed in the eighteenth century: Historia de la muerte de Juán Díaz: por determinazión tomada en Roma, le hizo matár su hermano Alfonso Díaz, en la madrugada del sábado 27 iiim. del año 1546 Madrid: Reformista Antigüos Españoles, 1865.

    Bloodlust

  • No tiene verguenza el Presidente Lula, o el loco de Venezuela y muchos otros en similares puestos, hacerle reverencia a un dictador y su hermano, quienes se han apoderado de un pequeño y magnifico pais por los ultimos 50 años, sin permitir lo mas minimo de derecho humano (libertad) a ese pueblo.

    Global Voices in English » Brazil: “President Lula is a nerd”

  • His role as a brother to another character is key, so his name is also an auditory cheap trick, sounding like the Spanish “hermano,” which means brother.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » The Name Game

  • Winners: El mapa del tiempo (The Map of Time), Félix J. Palma (Algaida) and El hermano de las moscas, Jon Bilbao (Salto de página)

    Last Drink Bird Head Awards

  • Both follow closely the contemporary account, which was translated from Latin into Spanish and printed in the eighteenth century: Historia de la muerte de Juán Díaz: por determinazión tomada en Roma, le hizo matár su hermano Alfonso Díaz, en la madrugada del sábado 27 iiim. del año 1546 Madrid: Reformista Antigüos Españoles, 1865.

    Bloodlust

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