brother   
anadahy
A woman's brother. Used also of men when women are speaking. See rahavavy. [Richardson 1885]
the brother of a woman [Hallanger 1973]
mianadahy
used of persons holding the relationship of brother and sister. [Richardson 1885]
to be brother(s) and sister(s) [Hallanger 1973]
mirahalahy
to be two brothers, to be brothers. If more than two are meant, the number must be expressed. [Richardson 1885]
who are brothers [Hallanger 1973]
rahalahy
A brother of a man; lit. when masculine. Comp. [Richardson 1885]
the brother of a man; cf. [Hallanger 1973]
ranadahy
an appellation of respect used by a sister in addressing her brother, or by a woman in addressing any other man than her father, husband, or son. See Anadahy [Richardson 1885]
brother, a respectful term of adress used by woman [Hallanger 1973]
razandry
younger brother or sister (term of respect) [Hallanger 1973]
razoky
elder brother or sister (term of respect) [Hallanger 1973]
zandry
a younger brother or sister; a junior [Hallanger 1973]