Sib



adjective
1.
related by blood; akin.
noun
2.
a kinsman; relative.
3.
one’s kin or kindred.
4.
Anthropology. a unilateral descent group.
noun
1.
a blood relative
2.
a brother or sister; sibling
3.
kinsmen collectively; kindred
4.
any social unit that is bonded by kinship through one line of descent only
abbreviation (in Britain)
1.
(the former) Securities and Investments Board

sib (sĭb)
n.

A blood relation; a relative.

A person’s relatives when considered as a group; kinfolk.

A brother or sister; a sibling.

adj.
Related by blood; kindred.

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