Hello! So I am well aware that the Turkish language has changed a great deal in the past 100 years (and acquired an entirely new alphabet) and that this may be a futile question to ask here. However, I am wondering if anyone happens to know some terms of endearment that might have been used for a little boy back during the Ottoman era, sometime around 1900. (Background: This is for a novel, and the characters are from a wealthy İstanbullu family.) A few specific questions: In this era, would an older brother still address his little brother as kardeş? (Older brother is 12, little brother is 4.) How might the parents address their sons? How might a servant (a maid in charge of taking care of the boys, for example) address the 4-year-old? Any help or insight is much appreciated. Teşekkür ederiz!