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Aaron according to the Old Testament, the older brother of Moses and the first high priest of the Hebrew nation.
Abel according to the Old Testament, the second son of Adam and Eve, who was murdered by his brother Cain.
Antigone in an ancient Greek tragedy by Sophocles, the heroine and title character, who buries her brother in defiance of a state edict and is executed.
bhai a term of respect among Hindus meaning "brother."
big brother an elder brother. [1/3 definitions]
blood brother one's brother by birth. [1/2 definitions]
Br.2 abbreviation of "Brother," a lay member of a male religious order (used as a title).
brethren a plural form of "brother," used to refer to fellow members of a religious or social group, society, or profession, and used esp. when addressing a formal gathering of such members; colleagues. [1/2 definitions]
bro (informal) shortened form of "brother," used as an informal term of address for a fellow male who is considered to be close.
brother-in-law the brother of one's spouse. [1/3 definitions]
Cain according to the Old Testament, the first son of Adam and Eve, who murdered his brother Abel out of jealousy.
Electra in Greek mythology, a princess who convinced her brother to kill their mother and their mother's lover.
Esau according to the Old Testament, the firstborn son of Isaac and Rebecca who sold his birthright to his brother Jacob.
Fr. abbreviation of "Frater" (Latin); brother (used in a proper name, esp. in connection with a religious fraternal order).
Fra a title for an Italian monk or friar in the Roman Catholic Church; brother.
fraternal of, related to, or like a brother or brothers. [1/2 definitions]
fratricide the killing of a brother by his sibling. [1/2 definitions]
frère (French) brother. [1/2 definitions]
great-uncle the brother of one's grandfather or grandmother; granduncle.
hand-me-down used clothing or some other article passed on to someone, as from an older brother or sister. [1/4 definitions]
James according to the New Testament, a brother of Jesus Christ. [2/3 definitions]