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İngilizce - Türkçe
soydaş

İngiliz dili Alman diline soydaştır. - The English language is cognate to the German language.

{s} ayni kökten
{s} kökü aynı olan
{s} akraba olan
{i} kökü aynı olan sözcük
{s} aynı soydan gelen
akraba
aynı kökenli
{i} hısım
kökteş
cognate languages
akraba diller
akin
{s} benzer, yakın: Her speech is akin to poetry. Söyledikleri şiire benziyor
akin
akraba olan
akin
okşar
akin
hısım olan
akin
yakın
akin
benzer
akin
{s} akraba

Bufalo, öküzle akrabadır. - A buffalo is akin to an ox.

akin
{s} benzeyen
false cognate
(Dilbilim) yanıltıcı eş asıllı
false cognate
(Dilbilim) yanlış kökteş
İngilizce - İngilizce
One of a number of things allied in origin or nature
One who is related to another on the female side
A word either descended from the same base word of the same ancestor language as the given word, or strongly believed to be a regular reflex of the same reconstructed root of proto-language as the given word

English queen and quean, Russian жена (žená), Icelandic kona and Irish bean are all cognates.

Either descended from the same attested source lexeme of ancestor language, or held on the grounds of the methods of historical linguistics to be regular reflexes of the unattested, reconstructed form of proto-language

In English, shirt is cognate to skirt, both descended from the Proto-Indo-European word *sker-, meaning to cut.

akin
{a} born together, like related, allied
Similar in nature
Derived from the same roots
having the same ancestral language; "cognate languages"
a word is cognate with another if both derive from the same word in an ancestral language having the same ancestral language; "cognate languages
Courses in another discipline required for a certain concentration or major; but which are not part of the major/concentration discipline
{i} relative, kin, person or thing that is related to another
Cognate things are related to each other. cognate words. cognate words or languages have the same origin (cognatus, from co- ( CO-) + gnatus ). a word in one language that has the same origin as a word in another language
Of the same or a similar nature; of the same family; proceeding from the same stock or root; allied; kindred; as, a cognate language
a group of academic courses intended to support coursework in a student’s major area of study and chosen in consultation with the academic advisor Generally, only junior and senior level courses will count toward the cognate hours
one related by blood or origin; especially on sharing an ancestor with another
A word derived from the same roots as a given word
A cognate course is a class in a discipline or subject related to the concentration but which is offered by a different department For example, a cognate for a Political Science concentration might be a course in the History department A number of LS&A concentrations include cognate classes as part of the concentration requirements
A bilateral kinsman or kinswomen
a word is cognate with another if both derive from the same word in an ancestral language
Cognates are words from different languages which are related historically, eg English bath - German bad or English yoke - Hindi yoga Beware FalseFriends however
Word or phrase closely related to a word or phrase in another language
related in nature; "connate qualities"
Allied by blood; kindred by birth; specifically (Law), related on the mother's side
related by blood
{s} from the same source, of the same parentage; similar in nature or form
Words with a common ancestor Cognates allow reconstruction of Indo-European and Germanic English father, Latin pater, and Greek pater are cognates used in reconstructing *[email protected], a common Indo-European source for these words The consonants of the English form developed because of the Germanic First Sound Shift or Grimm's Law
One of a number of things allied in origin or nature; as, certain letters are cognates
connate
false cognate
A word that appears to be cognate to – that is, to have a shared linguistic origin with – a given word, but that is in fact unrelated
false cognate
A false friend, a word that appears to have the same meaning as a given word, but that does not
cognates
Words that are similar in two or more languages as a result of common descent
cognates
plural of cognate
cognates
Cognates, or minors, are a group of courses related in content You may be required to complete a number of these courses to complete your program
cognates
words from two languages that are similar in spelling and meaning or sound and meaning
cognate