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Synonyms for geminate

to make or become twice as great

composed of two parts or things

Synonyms for geminate

a doubled or long consonant

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form by reduplication

occur in pairs

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arrange in pairs

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arrange or combine in pairs

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Obstruent clusters and obstruent geminates are not voiced.
Hooker (1878) noted that Didymaea mexicana is characterized by having geminate stipules (divided nearly to the base) and didymous fruits, features that clearly separate this species from D.
Kenstowicz, Michel y Charles Pyle (1973), "On the phonological integrity of geminate clusters", en Michel Kenstowicz y Charles Kisseberth (eds.
Blackspot wrasse is a geminate species of the red hogfish, Decodon puellaris, of the Atlantic, which occupies similar depths (6-275 m) and habitat on the Atlantic and Caribbean between South Carolina and northeastern Brazil, and which grows to a similar size (15 cm) (Gomon 1974; Robins et al.
Some of these secondary electrons may be captured by a positive ion in a process known as geminate recombination producing a highly excited state that can dissociate into other products.
Since stressed vowels preceding geminates are short, it must be that the first element of the geminate closes the syllable containing the short stressed vowel, and the second element is the onset of the following syllable.
Second prize, worth $250 and donated by Air Products Canada, went to David Michels ('Rapid Ligand Geminate Recombination in Horseradish Peroxidase') from the University of Windsor, and third prize, worth $150 and given by Fisher Scientific Ltd.
These species form a geminate pair separated from each other by the rise of the Isthmus of Panama 3.
Similarly, dissidents in the former East Geminate, primarily intellectuals, have become the targets of vicious attacks from people who never lifted a finger to oppose the old regime.
The existence of the morphotype without geminate median eburneous ridges (Fig.
Da die fruhostseefinnische Grundsprache noch nicht die Lautfolge tj kannte, stellte man diese in Anlehnung an Koivulehto (1981 : 167-169) der palatalisierten Geminate der Grundsprache *cc gegenuber (> mittelosfi.
According to Bussmann (1996:272) a geminate consonant is a "consonant that is distinguished from another exclusively by its longer period of articulation".
whether in the Italian palla ball the properties of the word-medial ll geminate are already foreshadowed on the word-initial p ).
Agassiz, 1863 (western Atlantic), form a geminate cluster and likely separated within the last 4 MY (McCartney et al.