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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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When one expects a geminated form, h coming from k (as in hona) becomes k; thus, yakkonall (for *yahhonall, the imperfect of tahona).
1) The co-occurrence of gradation, GG and 3G are exemplified by nouns such as kaBa 'dried fish', koDi 'farmstead, house', nod 'soot' where GG concerns partitive and illative forms of the singular and genitive, partitive and illative forms of the plural in kaBa-type nouns; in kodi-type nouns, GG has an effect on the partitive and illative forms of the singular only, whereas plural forms are formed by means of a loi-, loi-marker, where no preceding geminated forms are possible.
The assimilation-induced geminates of the Soikkola dialect tend to be full-length, being distinct, for example, upon the formation of plural past participle forms from the formative with an initial component that has geminated due to general gemination, following the secondarily stressed syllable of a trisyllabic vowel stem (e.
Seeds were geminated in petri dishes on moistened filter paper in a growth chamber in a 16/8 hr light/dark cycle.
Other scholars attempted to explain the -h- as the outcome of a geminated -ss- (which in turn is the expected MI outcome of the OI sequence -sy-) by assuming a series of two sound changes: 1) a degemination -ss- > -s-, and 2) a debuccalization -s- > -h-.
Geiger 1916: 124 [section] 151) with vowel shortening (due to the two-mora law) and preservation of the geminated consonant.
Along a different line of reasoning, Manfred Mayrhofer (1951: 42f) hypothesized that the degemination of -ss- took place at first in stems in which the geminated consonant was preceded by a long vowel.
In fact, the interpretation of forms with geminated consonant in Anglian is not very straightforward and transparent.
The present interpretation of the above-mentioned forms, however, following essentially the majority stance (notably Brunner 1965; Wright-Wright 1908; Hogg 1992), treats the appearance of geminated forms in word final position as being a direct result of the expanding influence of the a-stem declension; hence, such geminated forms, though could be viewed as ja-stems from purely synchronic perspective, are considered to be a trace of innovation in the present investigation.
In context, this suffix is frequently lost, leaving the shift in stress and the reduction of the geminated middle root consonant as the only distinction between the third person (q[delta]mbdrrek) and the first person (q[delta]mbarek).
Endodontic and periodontal treatments of a geminated mandibular first premolar.
Endodontic and surgical treatment of a geminated maxillary incisor.
ii) a C1 nasal or /l/ is automatically geminated (/Pu [not equal to] nono/ [right arrow] [bu.
The seeds of a revolt, sown many years beforehand, had long geminated.
vittata collected in winter geminated earlier and yielded more offspring than those colleted in spring.