Definition of sisters. Meaning of sisters. Synonyms of sisters
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Definition of sisters
SisterSister Sis"ter, n. [OE. sister, fr. Icel. systir; also suster,
from AS. sweostor, sweoster, swuster, akin to OFries.
sweester, suster, LG. s["u]ster, suster, D. zuster, OS. &
OHG. swestar, G. schwester, Icel. systir, Sw. syster, Dan.
s["o]ster, Goth. swistar, Lith. ses?, Russ. sestra, Pol.
siostra, L. soror, Skr. svasr. [root]298. Cf. Cousin.]
1. A female who has the same parents with another person, or
who has one of them only. In the latter case, she is more
definitely called a half sister. The correlative of
I am the sister of one Claudio. --Shak.
2. A woman who is closely allied to, or assocciated with,
another person, as in the sdame faith, society, order, or
community. --James ii. 15.
3. One of the same kind, or of the same condition; --
generally used adjectively; as, sister fruits. --Pope.
Sister Block (Naut.), a tackle block having two sheaves,
one above the other.
Sister hooks, a pair of hooks fitted together, the shank of
one forming a mousing for the other; -- called also match
Sister of charity, Sister of mercy. (R. C. Ch.) See under
Charity, and Mercy.
Sister Sis"ter, v. t.
To be sister to; to resemble closely. [Obs.] --Shak.
Meaning of sister from wikipedia
- 'brothers', 'sister', 'sisters,' and 'siblings' redirect
here. for other
uses, see brother
- sister, sister
to: sister, sister
(tv series), a television sitcom starring
tia and tamera mowry
(1982 film), a tv movie
- a sister group
or sister taxon
is a systematic
term from cladistics denoting
the closest relatives
of a given
unit in a phylogenetic
tree. the expression
- in broadcasting, sister stations
or sister channels
or television stations operated
by the same company, by direct ownership
has 17 sister cities designated
by sister cities
international—a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network creating
and strengthening partnerships
- brother-in-law or sister-in-law. a brother-in-law (plural brothers-in-law) is the brother
of one's spouse
or the husband
of one's sibling. a sister-in-law (plural
- the term sister school
school) has several
meanings: a definite financial commerce between
- a sister
ship is a ship of the same cl**** as, or of virtually identical design
ship. such vessels share
a near-identical hull and superstructure