Indian English brother
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one of a pair of babies from different eggs that a woman gives birth to at the same time. Two babies born from a single egg look exactly like each other and are called identical twins.
old-fashioned one of two people born with their bodies joined together. This is now considered offensive and it is more polite to say conjoined twin.
a daughter of your parents. A son of your parents is called your brother
one of two children born at the same time to the same mother. Twins of the same sex who look exactly like each other are called identical twins. Twins that are not identical are called fraternal twins
someone’s younger brother/sister
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