The term “familiars” is used in Hindi to denote the family members of people.
It comes from the word “familiar” which means companion.
But it has evolved into a broader concept.
The term, however, is not a formal synonym for the term family.
So what does the word familiar mean?
It is a noun, not a verb, so it can be used as a noun (families are families) or a verb (families are related).
This makes it a bit different to English, which uses the word family.
For example, the word brother in English is a verb.
However, familias are the people who live in the family, which means that the word refers to the family of the person.
The word familier is also a noun and the plural form familari is used for the people in a family.
It is used as an adjective to describe someone who has a strong affinity with another person.
It can also be used in the form familiare, which literally means family or family members.
This can mean that a person’s family members have a particular interest in them or they have a close bond with them.
But the term familiari has been used to refer to a whole group of people who are close in a relationship, or to someone who is related to another person who shares the same interests and has the same characteristics.
Familiare is a word that is used by people in all parts of India, not just the southern part of the country.
So it’s a word for everyone.
This article has been corrected to reflect the fact that familiaries are a distinct concept from families, rather than a verb or adjective.