en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sibling

A sibling is one of two or more individuals having one or both parents in common. A full sibling ... They may share the same mother but different fathers (in which case they are known as uterine siblings or maternal half-brothers/half-sisters), ...

www.quora.com/If-you-and-someone-else-have-the-same-mother-but-different-fathers-are-you-full-siblings-or-half-siblings

Feb 10, 2019 ... The two older are 14 and 17 years older than me, but we only share the same mother. They have a different father than I do, but they share the same father.

genetics.thetech.org/ask/ask412

May 27, 2011 ... Since both parents give us an equal amount of our DNA, it doesn't matter ... Those horses with the same sire (dad) but different dams (mom) are ...

www.reference.com/family/people-share-same-mother-different-fathers-b10c4452fe085987

Children who share the same mother but different fathers are called half-siblings, or half-brother or half-sister depending on their gender. Half-siblings may also ...

phys.org/news/2013-08-negative-effects-half-siblings.html

Aug 11, 2013 ... "We find that first-born adolescents with half-siblings with the same mother but a different father do have less favorable outcomes compared to ...

www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/full-sibling-or-half-sibling

If you have a sibling who shares the same father as you but has a different mother, he is considered a full sibling, halachicly, in all regards. (The same status as a ...

www.funtrivia.com/askft/Question77918.html

Like, if your brother has the same mother as you, but a different father, is he still your 'half' brother? A child with the same father and a different ...

forum.wordreference.com/threads/step-brother-vs-half-brother.2299346

Nov 24, 2011 ... If you share the same mother (but not the same father) you are half ... If all you share is the same mother (but have different fathers) you are ...

www.buzzfeed.com/leonoraepstein/things-only-half-siblings-understand

Aug 4, 2014 ... For the last time, same father, different mother. Why is that so hard to understand ?