feme covert – married woman
feme sole – unmarried woman
femina – woman
filia – daughter
filia fratris/sororis – niece, daugher of brother/sister
filius – son
filius fratris/sororis – nephew, son of brother/sister
frater – brother
frater ex materno latere – half-brother common mother
frater ex paterno latere – half-brother common father
frater germanus – twin brother
frater naturalis – brother
fuit – he/she/it was
fuerunt – they were
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