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Telegony vs. Sibling

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Telegonynoun

The belief that, in the case of siblings from the same mother but different fathers, the second sibling could inherit characteristics from the father of the first.

Siblingnoun

A person who shares a parent; one's brother or sister who one shares a parent with.

‘None of my siblings are married yet.’;

Telegonynoun

The supposed influence of a father upon offspring subsequent to his own, begotten of the same mother by another father.

Siblingnoun

(comptheory) A node in a data structure that shares its parent with another node.

Telegony

The Telegony (Greek: Τηλεγόνεια, Tēlegoneia; Latin: Telegonia) is a lost ancient Greek epic poem about Telegonus, son of Odysseus by Circe. His name () is indicative of his birth on Aeaea, far from Odysseus' home of Ithaca.

‘born far away’;

Siblingnoun

a brother or a sister.

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Siblingadjective

of or pertaining to a sibling, n.; as, sibling rivalry: the common rivalry between siblings.

Siblingnoun

a person's brother or sister

Sibling

A sibling is a gender neutral word for a relative that shares at least one parent with the subject. A male sibling is a brother and a female sibling is a sister.

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