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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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Geminated odontima-connation of the incisor in the dogits etiology and ontogency.
Syllabification system for the well-formed bi-consonantal clusters can be concluded in the following way: When a short vowel occurs in the first syllable of a bi- consonant cluster word medially the first C of medial consonant cluster at intervocalic position of the word is geminated and the C is marked as the coda of first and the onset of the second syllable respectively.
In Athpahariya, only the unaspirated non-velar stops and labial and alveolar nasals are geminated.
An unusual case of talon cusp on a geminated tooth.
2003], both roots of a geminated maxillary central incisor were root treated pre-operatively, as the decision as to which root to retain could only be made intra-operatively.
The seeds of a revolt, sown many years beforehand, had long geminated.
The canali became a subject of fierce debate among astronomers, some of whom also claimed to see them, even geminated ones, while many others, using state-of-the-art equipment, found not a trace.
This volume contains six succinct and lucid chapters on the phenomenon of raddoppiamento sintattico (henceforth RS) in Standard Italian and the dialects of Italy, the process by which a word-initial consonant is geminated in the following phonosyntactic environments (3): (1) after word-final stress (citta bella); (2) and following certain words without final stress (come me, a casa).
Seeds were geminated in petri dishes on moistened filter paper in a growth chamber in a 16/8 hr light/dark cycle.
Ovid's invention was to place a geminated cry in the mouth of Itys, not Procne.
This position is never preceded by a consonant, so it never appears as a geminated consonant, but it appears as a glide or as nothing.
5) The geminated kk in takkan is the result of a recent Ingrian influence on Luuditsa Votic.
The sustained line and slow declamation would allow for either a formal double articulation of the [m m] or a geminated [m:].