male sibling

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Noun1.male sibling - a sibling who is malemale sibling - a sibling who is male    
blood brother, brother - a male with the same parents as someone else; "my brother still lives with our parents"
kinsman - a male relative
female sibling - a person's sister
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As the oldest boy (one older male sibling is in prison), Zain's childhood is miserable enough.
Faria is the closest thing Mourinho ever had to a male sibling, someone who has been with him every step of the way in his remarkable journey to the top.
He was a product of consanguineous marriage with one healthy male sibling alive.
The remaining 18 were mixed gender (15 dyads with a female participant and male sibling, and 3 with a male participant and female sibling).
he throws like a really big tantrum." A 9-year-old male sibling of a 4-year-old brother commented: "Him yelling and screaming, but sometimes also when he bothers me when I'm trying to like read or play a game." Finally, a 13-year-old sister of a 7-year-old female lamented: "She has to destroy anything she comes across."
A girl child is often treated differently from her male sibling in terms of nutrition, health care and education, especially in families with limited financial resources-with the insufficient means allocated unevenly in favour of the male offspring.
First male sibling died of hydrocephalus at age of four months.
My male sibling, eight years older than I, was also very fond of singing.
But the joyous tune Brother, with its chorus "forever I'll be your brother" and lyrics "there is nothing I wouldn't do", could be written for anyone with a male sibling.
Other aspects of the participants' family situation, such as parents' employment and marital status, as well as birth order and the presence of a male sibling, were found to be unrelated to tomboyism and self-esteem.
Some considered their lives to be "different but not hard." One male sibling in middle adolescence shared, "living with someone with a physical disability doesn't have many disadvantages, and some decent advantages, so spina bifida probably isn't as bad of a handicap as one might think, if 'handicap' can even be applied, at least from my perspective." A second group of participants, typically those in early adolescence, acknowledged a more pronounced impact of SB but seemed to externalize its impact from their feelings about their sibling.
THERE is much in today's press about the happenings in a house owned by an elder male sibling, particularly the noises made by one celebrity about another.