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cognates

relatives through the mother's side of the family. See AGNATES.
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1 The data presented here are the cognates with PZ dorsal stops /*q, *k, *k/ and all their reflexes.
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.
The use of cognates also can help teachers increase word awareness in LMSs, a task highly associated with the development of academic English.
Probably the original form was *liwi, and the Finno-Ugric cognates pointing to *luwi have undergone a sporadic labialization of the vowel that was caused by the following *w.
The word nagu has cognates in addition to all Finnic also in most Saami languages, e.
At each step, the program stored a hypothesized reconstruction for each cognate and each ancestral language.
Cognate swapping across languages could have occurred more often than assumed by Atkinson, undermining his conclusions, Eska says.
Moreover, through activities I have developed, they have learned to skim articles for cognates to decode meaning and they especially love the photography
use related words, context clues, dictionary definitions, and cognates to unlock the meanings of content-area vocabulary words.
Additionally, Spanish-speaking English language learners (ELLs) will receive instruction in using cognates, and all ELLs will receive instruction in recognizing idioms.
The goal of this text is to help readers build Italian vocabulary by examining and practicing Italian-English cognates.
The pairs of Dutch and Nhanda words suggested as potential cognates involve either Nhanda words with a closer sound-meaning relation to other Australian languages, or a misinterpretation of the written record.