sibship

sibship

[sib-ship]
noun Anthropology.
the condition of being a member of a sib.

Origin:
sib + -ship

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sibship (ˈsɪbʃɪp)
 
n
a group of children of the same parents

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sibship sib·ship (sĭb'shĭp')
n.
The children produced by one pair of parents.

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