How to spell sister in french
In french, the word sister can be spelled:
- A female having the same parents as another or one parent in common with another.
- A girl or woman who shares a common ancestry, allegiance, character, or purpose with another or others, specifically:
- A kinswoman.
- A woman fellow member, as of a sorority.
- A fellow woman.
- A close woman friend or companion.
- A fellow African-American woman or girl.
- A woman who advocates, fosters, or takes part in the feminist movement.
- Informal. Used as a form of address for a woman or girl.
- (Abbr. Sr.) Ecclesiastical.
- A member of a religious order of women; a nun.
- Used as a form of address for such a woman, alone or followed by the woman's name.
- Chiefly British. A nurse, especially the head nurse in a ward.
- One identified as female and closely related to another: â€œthe sisters Death and Nightâ€ (Walt Whitman).
- Related by or as if by sisterhood; closely related: sister ships; sister cities.
- Genetics. Of or being one of an identical pair: sister chromatids.
[Middle English, from Old Norse systir.]