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Even as to such pairs as father -- paternal, Finkenstaedt and Wolff (1973: 161) correctly point out that they are not consociated because their etymological relationship is "only known to the philologist, who cannot be taken as the representative 'average speaker'.
However, he also suggests that as Latinate vocabulary becomes part of English morphology, they become consociated words because many of them are transparent by that time.