In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(brother) hermano masculine(sister) hermana femininechildren who have younger siblings — los niños que tienen hermanos o hermanas menores
- I do not know if there were any other siblings or if their parents had any brothers or sisters.
- If you do not have children or parents then siblings or further removed relatives may benefit.
- He joins his parents and siblings for breakfast, basic roti and pumpkin with a cup of tea.
- You may wish for them to observe you as parents or older siblings while they use it.
- My brothers middle name is Paul, the name my missing sibling would have had.
- The emphasis was on caring for the sick brother or sister and often the sibling got left in the shadows.
- You will need help at some point, ask parents, siblings, teachers and friends for support.
- This pattern is matched by the way in which the siblings of one's parents are named.
- It is also to be borne in mind that the appellant's family comprise his parents and three siblings.
- Her name was included on that list together with her parents and siblings.
- You can tackle your parents, elder siblings or friends for possible placements.
- His brother Craig was also a junior referee and their younger sibling, Neil, won the bronze in his group.
- Is it common for first time sexual experiences to be with a sibling or cousin around the same age?
- It is not uncommon for the sibling of a child with autism to simply feel their parents do not love them as much.
- A man came to load it onto the bus as we ran to find Ranwen's parents and siblings.
- These games offer an opportunity for the viewers to play them alone or with the help of an older sibling or parent.
- His elder sister is the biographer Antonia Fraser and four other siblings also write books.
- And the death of a younger sibling is a different thing to the death of a parent.
- Alexander had 13 siblings and only one of them survived, a sister who became a doctor.
- Insurers wanted to know more about what our parents died from and our siblings suffered with.
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