Irish Gaelic: deartháir ionúin Scottish Gaelic: bràthair ionmhain.
deartháir = brothermo dheartháir = my brotherA dheartháir = if you were calling out to him.
In Irish: leasdeirfiúr. In Scottish Gaelic: leas-phiuthar
You need to specify Irish Gaelic or Scottish Gaelic: they are two separate languages.
deartháir in Irish Gaelic.
Sister and brother: hermana y hermono
sister=αδελφή (adelfi), brother=αδελφός (adelfos)
Brother - Kaka Sister - Dada Sibling - Ndugu
sister and brother = achot veh ach (××—×•×ª ×•××—)
"ani" = older brother "ane" = older sister "imouto" = younger sister "otouto" = younger brother
Irish: Deartháir beag
you can say "nong" to a little brother or sister
The Scottish Gaelic for 'brother' is bràthair.
brother- kapatid na lalaki sister- kapatid na babae elder brother - kuya elder sister- ate youngest brother or sister - bunso
Irish Gaelic is: deartháir
Ndugu = Brother Dada= Sister
In Irish: Deirfiúr dhil.In Scottish Gaelic: piuthar ghaolach or piuthar ionmhainn
Older sister - onee chan Younger sister - imouto Older brother - onii chan Younger brother - otouto
brother is frère and sister is soeur (pronounce like Sir in English) a brother = un frère a sister = une soeur
in Hungarian we don't distinguish the words brother and sister...both are mean one: testvÃ©r [tÉ›ÊƒtveËr]but, if you want to say the gender of your brother or sister, you can use:boy (brother) is: fiÃºtestvÃ©r [fiuËtÉ›ÊƒtveËr]girl (sister) is: [laËÉ²tÉ›ÊƒtveËr]
deirfiúr is Irish. piuthar is Scots Gaelic
Irish Gaelic is: deirfiúr chéileScottish Gaelic:?Irish Gaelic is: deirfiúr chéileScottish Gaelic:?
brother = hermano sister = hermana brother and sister = hermanos
(mór) is scottish Gaelic for big and (piuthar) is scottish Gaelic for sister.
Older Brother - Onii-chan Older Sister - Onee-chan