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Synonyms for cognate

connected by or as if by kinship or common origin

Synonyms for cognate

one related by blood or origin

a word is cognate with another if both derive from the same word in an ancestral language

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related in nature

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having the same ancestral language

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The students completed 60 consecutive Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT) items, and a 20-item Spanish-English Cognate Test similar to the PPVT on recognizing low-frequency English words with high-frequency Spanish cognates.
COCs take cognate objects that are morphologically related to the verbs and usually the verbs are intransitive.
Spanish-English bilingual children's use and recognition of cognates in English reading.
A sample of shared vocabulary was extracted in order to reveal whether the similar sets were loanwords or rather cognates.
Semantically the equation is rather self-evident; the Saami cognate has the meaning 'roll out (dough)', which makes the connection to the Mari derivative meaning 'dough' straightforward.
Because of this there are gaps in cognate languages and rarely a stem has been preserved in every cognate language.
In languages which use the same script (as Croatian and English do when the language-specific letters are excluded (5)) visually identical cognates can be found, but it can be difficult to find cognate pairs which are phonologically identical across two languages (e.
The Supreme Judicial Court has done so based on differing language in cognate provisions, (4) different approaches to police intrusion into the rights of persons, (5) and statements of rights in the Massachusetts Constitution that are not found in its federal counterpart.
Presenting the Spanish and English cognate equivalents side by side in large bold lowercase letters on a word wall is an effective way of displaying the words from a read-aloud.
I made extensive use of Kloekhorst's text from the moment it was defended in 2007 for incorporating cognate Anatolian forms into EDLIL.
The role of chemokine receptors that act as decoy receptors is also examined, and the therapeutic potential and challenges of targeting chemokine receptors or cognate ligands is discussed.
The investigator concluded: (1) prior knowledge plus high cognate levels facilitate reading comprehension; (2) syntactic maturity is cumulative and quantitative; (3) reading rates are slower for L2 learners; and (4) automaticity is not fully realizable at the intermediate and intermediate/advanced levels because of emerging syntactic, morphological and lexical maturity.
Some words are more of an oral cognate than a written cognate.
The use of such products as a biosensor or a component thereof to detect, identify, measure, or otherwise process the event of binding between the receptor and its cognate ligand (i.