Related through a brother (fraternal nephew). (adjective)
In need of a brother or sister or friend. (adjective)
Like brothers (fraternal cousins). (adjective)
Brotherly, befitting or of a brother or brothers. (adjective)
Friendly or brotherly (e.g. fraternal relations between socialist parties in different countries). (adjective)
Being or of a society of men linked in brotherly union (fraternal society). (adjective)
platonic (as fraternal love - brotherly love). (adjective)
Examples of word fraternal
The crux of that concept was, Churchill said, what he called the fraternal association of the English-speaking peoples.
I gave birth vaginally to full-term fraternal twins weighing seven pounds, two ounces and seven pounds, eight.
His grandfather Peter was active in Polish fraternal organizations and made a name in Democratic politics, serving as a delegate to the 1912 party convention in Baltimore.
The personal relations between Rousseau and Millet were in the best sense of the word fraternal, and from neither did I ever hear a word to the disparagement of a brother artist, while Rousseau used to talk in the subtlest vein of critical appreciation of his rivals among the landscape painters, the Dupres, Ziem, Troyon, and others, so that I regret that in those days I thought only of my own instruction, and not of the putting on record the opinions of a man whose ideas of art were amongst the most exalted I have known.