Definition, Meaning, Synonyms & Anagrams | English word SISTER


SISTER

Definitions of SISTER

  1. A daughter of the same parents as another person; a female sibling.
  2. Any butterfly in the genus Adelpha, so named for the resemblance of the dark-colored wings to the black habit traditionally worn by nuns.
  3. A woman, in certain religious, labour or socialist circles; also as a form of address.
  4. Title of respect for an adult female member of a religious order.
  5. Title of respect for an adult female member of a fraternal/sororal organization, or comrade in a movement, or even a stranger using fictive kin.
  6. A title used to personify or respectfully refer to concepts or animals.
  7. A female member of a religious order; especially one devoted to more active service; (informally) a nun.
  8. (British) A senior or supervisory nurse, often in a hospital.
  9. (AAVE, slang, sometimes, capitalized) A black woman.
  10. (informal) A form of address to a woman.
  11. (attributively) An entity that has a special or affectionate, non-hierarchical relationship with another.
  12. (comptheory) A node in a data structure that shares its parent with another node.
  13. (usually, attributively) Something in the same class.
  14. (transitive, construction) To strengthen (a supporting beam) by fastening a second beam alongside it.
  15. (obsolete, transitive) To be sister to; to resemble closely.
  16. Any woman or girl with whom a bond is felt through the same biological sex, gender or common membership in a community, race, profession, religion, organization, or ism.

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