Greek adelphos , probably originally an adjective with frater and meaning, specifically, "brother of the womb" or "brother by blood;" and Spanish hermano "brother," from Latin germanus "full brother. Brothers are kinsmen, sons of the same parents: Archaic words have a charm that never fades away, from French sounding to wondrously mysterious ones. British informal bezzie , mate, oppo, china, mucker, butty, bruvver, bruv.
English prepositions How to get prepositions right in a heartbeat. Dutch Bros still gives away drinks — now over one million each year — to further the bros. You can change your cookie settings at any time.
With its loyal customer base dubbed the Dutch Mafia, Dutch Bros Coffee continues to grow, and, wherever it does, the love, donations and smiles grow also. Contemporary Examples of brother The brother of a girl who made her debut in New Orleans society was shaking his fists in excitement.
South African informal gabba. What is the origin of 'sleep tight'? The Spenders Harry Leon Wilson. Your brother was foolish enough to leave his boat in Rushton's care.
Coffee is what we do, but it is not who we are.
Related Words for brother relative , twin , relation , kin. In the few cases where other words provide the sense, it is where the cognate of brother had been applied widely to "member of a fraternity," or where there was need to distinguish "son of the same mother" and "son of the same father.
Though brothers in arms is more popular, a variant, sisters in arms , has also been used in much the same way since 1910, around the time when women were allowed to serve, though initially in non-combatant capacities. North American South African informal homeboy , homegirl. What felt devastating turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Ask the poor fisherman at the gates, who has been to him as a brother ; and he will answer 'Anaxagoras. Roastin and Rockin.