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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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Kelly Ganjei, Chief Executive Officer of Cognate. 'With patients at the heart of Cognate's mission and culture, we believe our teams will deliver high quality products for Caladrius.
Caption: Figure 4 The proportion of L2 German article choices that were crosslingually congruent with the gender of the Dutch cognate of the German noun in the participants' substandard varieties per participant.
Cognate emergency services contain well-equipped ambulances to provide better first-aid and initial facilities to stabilise the patient's health.
Cognate was co-founded by the father-son team of Jess and Bennett Collen, both Boston College graduates.
1985; Halliday 1987; Levin 1993; Mittwoch 1998; Kuno and Takami 2004) that considers that cognate objects are those noun phrases that have as their head a noun either morphologically or semantically related to the verb of the sentence:
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.
The main purpose of this study is to figure out whether the sets which will be analyzed in this study are cognates or loanwords.
As shown by Aikio (2002 : 13), the word also has a Samoyed cognate which shows a semantic innovation: Ngan d'evhia 'clothes', NenT jempa?, EnF debis 'get dressed', SlkTa cempit- 'gird'(< PSam *jampa-).
Cognates are words that are semantically and phonologically similar in two languages, (Holmes & Guerra Ramos, 1995).
Chronologically next are stems belonging to the Finno-Ugric layer, and have a cognate at least in one Ugric language: Khanty, Mansi or Hungarian and which are not loans from Proto-Indo-European, Proto-Indo-Iranian or Proto-Iranian.
The purpose of this paper is to collect information on cognate processing in Croatian speakers of Global English and add it to the body of world literature dealing with cognates.
In this review, we will mainly focus on: (1) the application of genomic technologies for the identification and validation of molecular targets for chemoprevention; (2) the role of vitamin D and its cognate receptor VDR (vitamin D receptor) as a model for the molecularly targeted chemoprevention of breast cancer.
Cognate swapping across languages could have occurred more often than assumed by Atkinson, undermining his conclusions, Eska says.
Among the tokens from the dialect text material, only those can be used in which the referent of the pronoun is a noun that has a direct Old Norse cognate. Marwick (1929: xxx) makes a mistake when he writes: