How do you say “my siblings” (or “my brothers and my sister”) in Ancient Greek?

There is a gender-neutral word for sibling in Modern Greek, αδέρφι /aðerfi/, derived from the Ancient neuter diminutive ἀδέλφιον /adelpʰion/. But that word is first attested in the second century AD. So Chad’s answer stands.

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