kapatid na babae, ate, madre, mongha, manang, dite, ditse
Noun(1) a female person who has the same parents as another person(2) (Roman Catholic Church, and used as a form of address(3) a female person who is a fellow member of a sorority or labor union or other group
(1) He and his younger twin sister had sneaked out of the palace many times, disguised as peasants.(2) On a busy night like this, the sister in charge keeps pressurising you to finish your paperwork, help a woman wash, and transfer her to the ward.(3) Also, I know you want to see your dear little sister before she dies.(4) The Express Artemis, sister ship to the Samina, ran aground on Friday carrying 1,026 passengers.(5) Already the Zimbabwean and Mozambican sister organizations have been doing well and expanding.(6) She said there was a lot of interest in sister youth organisations in Europe.(7) The bridesmaid was sister of the bride Amanda, and the best man was David Duffy.(8) sister ship(9) Three educational institutions have adopted two brothers and a sister who lost their parents in a tragic fire accident.(10) Jeanne acted exactly as a religious sister in the mid-nineteenth century was expected to act.(11) The ward sister ate happily from the trolley in front of me, knowing that I had had no food.(12) We were instructed to head south to clear the area and allow a sister ship to conduct an over-the-side torpedo shot.(13) Dr Bolton had not been at the interview when I was appointed, but the ward sister and the houseman assured me that he was a nice person.(14) As we walked back down the ward, I asked the ward sister if the mother had been in touch.(15) At 17 she got a job as a health care assistant at Airedale Hospital, where advice from a ward sister encouraged her to start training as a nurse.(16) Eastern's sister airline, Continental
(1) cousin sister :: pinsan kapatid na babae
1. sibling ::
2. comrade ::
3. nun ::
4. sis ::
kapatid na babae
5. babe ::
Different Formssister, sisterhood, sisterhoods, sisterly, sisters
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Of course, my SISTER wants Sansa dead.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
Why can't you and my SISTER
spend your nights here?
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 24
If you let my SISTER go, I can help you.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 5
You and my SISTER deserve each other.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 7
I didn't defile your SISTER,
we had a relationship.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 13
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