14c., "fraternal relation, relationship between sons of the same father or mother," from brother + -hood; earlier was brotherhede (c. 1300),
also gild, early 13c., yilde (spelling later influenced by Old Norse gildi "guild, brotherhood"), a semantic fusion of Old English gegield "guild, brotherhood,"
Search these words on the likes of Google and Youtube and you will be presented with games and films etc. Total mind control for the youth growing up who will accept what they see on Google and Youtube etc as the norm. Talk about shoving history down the pan or should that be the internet.