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Brother as \"brother\" is Frater (Fratris as genitive) - and the brother of the parents is \"germanus frater\".
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Disctintion in Latin
flaviofbg Spain Local time: 15:24 Native speaker of: Italian, Spanish PRO pts in pair: 190
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Explanation: Please remember, however, that Latin had cases and that this is the nominative case, used for grammatical subjects (such as: My brother loves me...). If you use the genitive (of the brother) you are supposed to say "fratris", whereas the dative (to the brother) is "fratri", the accusative (such as: I love my brother) is "fratrem", the vocative (Oh brother...) is frater and the ablative ("about the brother") is "fratre". So be careful about what your meaning is!