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cognate

related by blood or descended from a common maternal ancestor

cognate

[‚käg‚nāt]
(geology)
Pertaining to contemporaneous fractures in a system with regard to time of origin and deformational type.
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The nouns are split up by their L2 German gender and that of their L1 Standard Dutch cognate
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The students completed 60 consecutive Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT) items, and a 20-item Spanish-English Cognate Test similar to the PPVT on recognizing low-frequency English words with high-frequency Spanish cognates.
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(BNC: HUL30) For this reason, and with the intention of shedding some light on the pragmatics underlying English COCs, I will present in the present paper the results of the preliminary, but thorough and exhaustive, analysis I have carried out in the British National Corpus of the four verbal classes that, according to Levin (1993), seem to be potentially compatible with cognate objects in order to prove, first, and in agreement with Mittwoch (1998), that cognate objects are "heavily restricted" in present-day British English, as well as to account for the main reasons underlying their low frequency of occurrence.
Tiring of all the common ab- and ad- prefixes, I jumped to the first six pages of M and found only two pairs, both of which are both cognates and make good phrases.
One hundred and fifty apparent cognates in Turkish and Urdu languages will be analyzed in order to confirm their origin as well as lexical similarity through their distance.
UEW (314) does not mention the Saami word and considers Hung nyes an uncertain cognate, but includes KhE net-, nat- 'pluck, pick, tear in the cognate set.
False friends and reckless guessers: Observing cognate recognition strategies, second language reading, and vocabulary learning.
Yearbook 2012/2013: Family and Kinship in the Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature