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EtymologyEdit

From Old Leonese ermano, from Vulgar Latin germānus (brother), from Latin germānus (of a brother or sister). Compare Mirandese armano.

NounEdit

hermanu m sg (feminine singular hermana, masculine plural hermanos, feminine plural hermanes)

  1. brother

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NounEdit

hermanu m (plural hermanos)

  1. brother

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