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Integrational and Segregational Approaches by Roy Harris
However, granted intersubstitutability, then to say 'A brother is a male sibling' is no more nor less than to ...
Vindiciae Foederis (1658)
Or, A Treatise of the Covenant of God Entered with Man-kinde, in the Several Kindes and Degrees of It, in which the Agreement and Respective Differences of the Covenant of Works and the Covenant of Grace, of the Old and New Covenant are Discust by Thomas Blake
A brother is a Church member, an excommunicate person is a brother.
The Ohio Educational Monthly (1874)
Hence a brother is a supporter or protector. There is then little qr no difference in the original idea of brother and father. The Sanskrit svasri, sister, is of doubtful origin. Three explanations have been given. The first is, that it is from o«, to be, to live, with the prefix su, an enhancing particle frequently used "to signify good, well, beautiful, beautifullv, worthy of respect or reverence, etc. Hence a sister is a good being, 12 Rambles among Sanskrit Roots. 207.
BROTHERLY LOVE (2011)
by Dalton Giesick
A brother is a friend given by God. This book.
The Scripture Lexicon, or a Dictionary of above three thousand proper names of persons and places, mentioned in the Bible: with the description of the greater part of them, etc. (Appendix.) By Peter Oliver (1818)
a brother of wine] The son of ...
The Scripture lexicon, or, A dictionary of above three thousand proper names of persons and places mentioned in the Bible. By P. Oliver (1810)
by Peter Oliver
a brother of wine.] The son of ...
The Poor Man's Concordance, and dictionary to the sacred scriptures both of the Old and New Testament (1828)
Designed ... for that class who read the "Poor Man's commentary on the Bible" by Robert Hawker
And in Scripture to be of the same stock, or family, though not of the same parents , constitutes a brother. Thus, as in the instance of our Lord Jesus Christ after the flesh, James and Joses were called the brethren of Christ, but in fact, were not so, but only relations of that tribe to which Jesus belonged. For Mary, the mother of James and Joses, was the wife of Cleophas, and not the Virgin Mary. (Matt, xxvii. 56. John xix. 25.) And sometimes the name of brother is used to describe men of ...
An Etymological Dictionary (1821)
by William Grimshaw
frater, a brother. FRATRICIDE. s. Murder of a brother ...
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