As a result, unless there is a cognate
in Elamite, Kurux, or Malto, there is no way to distinguish reflexes of PZ *qufrom those of PZ *ku- in Brahui.
Much of the English language vocabulary has direct Spanish cognates
that they use quite often (object=objetos, accelerate=acelerar, dependent=dependiente, etc.
These Mari words can be added to the following cognate
set: SaaN njuozzit'hammer flat and thin; roll out (dough)', Komi nuzal-, Udm nuza-, KhE ninc-, KhS ninc-, KhN ms- (< PKh *ninc-), MsN, MsE nuns-, MsS nons' stretch (intr.
Of the remaining stems in this group 2 (konts 'filth', meigas 'ringdove') have only dubious cognates
, 18 are Finnic stems: eda-(si) 'forward', jama 'rubbish", jara-(ma) 'to gnaw', kang 'crowbar', kover 'crooked', laam 'larg piece', matsa-(kas) 'thump', nali 'joke' palu-(ma) 'to beg', pool 'half, sirge 'straight', sise-(mine) 'inner', sore 'thin, coarse', sostar 'currant', torju-(ma) 'to ward off, tadi 'aunt', urise-(ma) 'to snarl', 1 Finno-Saamic stem: lups-(ma) 'to milk' and 1 has cognate
only in Votic: kokuta-(ma) 'to stammer'.
There are false cognates
, in which a word is similar to an English word but not related in meaning: bigote--moustache; embarazada--pregnant.
Secondly, the researchers concluded that teaching children strategies for inferring the meaning of unknown words is effective with both ELL and EO learners if it builds on well-verified procedures, such as teaching explicitly how to use context clues, teaching morphological analysis, and teaching about cognates
In the theoretical and practical construction of business and disciplinary claims for territory, public relations needs to be in touch with cognate
theories on relevant aspects of 'othering'.
A selection of cognate
pairs and the reading appear in bold to indicate that they are recorded on the CD Rom.
As chronological endposts of the discussion, Golding's pioneering rendition, famously regarded as a wellspring of English Ovidianism, and Sandy's illustrated "Virginian Ovid" contrast a dogged conversion of Ovid's language into English with a Latinate smoothness which employs cognate
and analogous wordplay to rival the sophistication of the poet's verbal wit.
You make your call, of course, but flawless cognate
ukulele, with its sparkling image of the player's fingers flying over the frets like a jumping flea, ought not be messed with.
5 Ornament mirrors the structures of cosmologies (or is even cognate
with them in the sense that cosmologies may be born out of the repertoire of ornament).
Photoaptamers are single-stranded DNA molecules that have the ability to form covalent bonds with their cognate
proteins when they are electronically excited.
Some employ internet resources in their non-Honors university course offerings, and when they teach cognate
classes for the Honors Program, they bring these innovations with them.
On the other hand, publications in the cognate
field of international and comparative social welfare have been plentiful.
It seems likely that a master's degree will become the degree of choice for many of the most demanding and rewarding jobs in RIM -- it is already required in cognate
fields, such as archives and library science.