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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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1 The following sets of cognates follow the order presented in Table A.
53): "I used the term DI-ODES to describe 'poems' made from pairs of short and long vowels of a word, and I used them together, singly or in groups, as poems, phrases, cognates, etc.
Because many of the words we associate with academic English have Greco-Roman roots, it is common to find many cognates between these academic English words and more common words in other Romance languages, such as Spanish.
UEW (235--236) cites other Samoyed cognates (NenT lamdo, EnF lodu, SlkK lamduka 'low' < PSam *lamto), but these are rejectable because of irregular vocalism: PSam *a is a regular reflex of PU *u, not of PU *a.
According to the existence of cognates in related languages it is possible to divide stems of contemporary language into historical layers.
For example, in this issue, migrate/migrar are cognates, as are prosperity/prosperidad.
To provide extra assistance for students, the final product will also include supplementary web-based instruction on each of the strategies, web-based instruction on using cognates for Spanish-speaking ELLs, and web-based instruction on recognizing idioms for all ELLs.
Some cognates are followed by a common phrase or expression, which is also recorded.
In addition, these purported clusters correspond with velar nasals in words for which there are multiple sources, or cognates in other Australian languages (e.
North's claims that Bede's account: of the conversion reveals more than its author intended about Anglian paganism are boldly speculative, building largely, as elsewhere in the book, on the minute evidence of lexical cognates and/or coincidences.
Today we have become accustomed to referring to our times as "postmodern," usually without any serious attention to what that might mean, and certainly without any reference to a set of agreed-upon understandings "out there" of the meaning of "postmodern" and its cognates.
The tool will allow teachers to provide margin-notes in English or Spanish in a reading comprehension program, identifying Spanish cognates for English words, basic synonyms for vocabulary comprehension, advanced synonyms for vocabulary building and antonyms for vocabulary comprehension.
Four gramatically equivalent COGNATES of over 12 letters I leave to you to justify (or not), but I define uncommon words.
Fi aita 'fence' has cognates in all Finnic languages except for Livonian, and its PFi form can be reconstructed as *aita.
Peer-reviewed and selected, 12 papers consider such topics as obscure versus transparent cognates in linguistic reconstructions, the sources of relative clauses, concerning myself, markers of the spirit world in Oceanic languages, the smuggled budgie as a case study study of an Australian loanblend, and archaisms in placenames in Arabana-Wangkangurru country.