“Michael took care of his parents and siblings for years and then it got to be too much,” said a friend of the pop star.
Of all six of his siblings, he is by far the most Western-media friendly.
DeKendrix survived, but not before six of his siblings and friends drowned while trying to save him.
The siblings also say they feel that their elderly mother had been taken advantage of by the executors, friends say.
The Daily Beast: Adaleen is now pregnant with the biological child of siblings JJ and Wanda (Melora Walters).
Like Beth, Kinney was brought up in a religious family as one of three siblings.
“It was a very peaceful, amicable, lovely divorce, where my siblings and I had a great, fun, healthy childhood,” he says.
These stories find ordinary American husbands, wives, lovers, parents, siblings, and children in crisis.
"brother or sister," 1903, modern revival (in anthropology) of Old English sibling "relative, kinsman," from sibb "kinship, relationship; love, friendship, peace, happiness," from Proto-Germanic *sibja- "blood relation, relative," properly "one's own" (cf. Old Saxon sibba, Old Frisian, Middle Dutch sibbe, Old High German sippa, German Sippe, Gothic sibja "kin, kindred"), from PIE s(w)e-bh(o)- (cf. Old Church Slavonic sobistvo, Russian sob "character, individuality"), an enlargement of the root *swe- "self" (see idiom). Related to the second element in gossip.
The word 'sib' or 'sibling' is coming into use in genetics in the English-speaking world, as an equivalent of the convenient German term 'Geschwister' [E.&C. Paul, "Human Heredity," 1930]In Old English, sibb and its compounds covered grounds of "brotherly love, familial affection" which tended later to lump into love (n.), e.g. sibsumnes "peace, concord, brotherly love," sibbian (v.) "bring together, reconcile," sibbecoss "kiss of peace." Sibship, however, is a modern formation (1908). Sib persisted through Middle English as a noun, adjective, and verb expressing kinship and relationship.
sibling sib·ling (sĭb'lĭng)
One of two or more individuals having one or both parents in common; a brother or sister.