We found 1 grammar point, 95 words, and 1 kanji matching '兄'
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elder brother; older brother  (humble)
noun, noun (suffix)
1. elder brother  (see also: )
2. pronoun or suffix used in reference to an older brother figure; Mister; Mr  (familiar language; male term or language)
noun (suffix)
1. used after the name of someone who is an older brother figure  (familiar language)
2. used with various honorifics to mean (older) brother  (see also: お兄さん)
1. eldest son  (see also: 長男; archaic)
2. older brother; older sister  (archaic)
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1. siblings; brothers and sisters  (see also: ご兄弟)
2. brothers
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ケイ   キョウ   elder brother; brother   あに elder brother   
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コウ   ク   くち mouth   
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