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cognates

relatives through the mother's side of the family. See AGNATES.
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(BNC: B24 1085) As Table 3 reveals, the subcorpus of examples analysed with these morphological cognates (103,184 tokens) surpasses by far that of the rest of the groups.
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.
The main purpose of this study is to figure out whether the sets which will be analyzed in this study are cognates or loanwords.
The initial n- of some cognates (e.g., SaaN njeallje, Komi nol KhE nela, MsN nila) seems to have developed due the assimilatory influence of word-internal *-j-.
False friends and reckless guessers: Observing cognate recognition strategies, second language reading, and vocabulary learning.
The word nagu has cognates in addition to all Finnic also in most Saami languages, e.g.
At each step, the program stored a hypothesized reconstruction for each cognate and each ancestral language.
This paper deals with those Croatian-English cognates (and their counterparts in English) which had been recognized as integral to the Croatian language (3) by 1977.
They tend to assume that the gender of Dutch nouns is compatible with that of their German translation equivalents, particularly if these are cognates: if a Dutch word has a neuter German translation equivalent, they tend to assign neuter gender to it; if it has a masculine or feminine translation equivalent, they tend to assign common gender to it (Lemhofer, Schriefers, & Hanique, 2010; Lemhofer, Spalek, & Schriefers, 2008; also see Sabourin, Stowe, & de Haan, 2006).
For the third edition, the editors cite no fewer than ten types of changes, ranging from the correction of typos, the harmonization of text translations, and the addition of new cognates, to more substantive changes of content, especially the addition of new words and new references from texts published since the appearance of the second edition (in particular, those of the "Maison d'Ourtenou" published by P.
In Bulgaria the day is also the name day of persons bearing the widespread name Maria, and cognates like Mario, Mariana.