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inborn
united with others of the same kind (especially of sepals or petals)
trapped within a rock at the time of its formation (especially of water or petroleum)
cognate
{a} born at the same time with another, having opposite leaves united at the base
Born with another; being of the same birth
of similar parts or organs; closely joined or united; "a connate tomato flower
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Congenital; existing from birth
of similar parts or organs; closely joined or united; "a connate tomato flower"
{s} innate, present from birth
related in nature; "connate qualities" of similar parts or organs; closely joined or united; "a connate tomato flower
related in nature; "connate qualities"
Congenitally united; growing from one base, or united at their bases; united into one body; as, connate leaves or athers
connate water
Water that was trapped in a geologic formation at the time the formation was deposited If the formation was deposited in the ocean or a saline lake, the connate water is also saline
connate water
Water retained in pore spaces and interstices of rocks since the rock was formed It is inactive fossil water and may be interstitial or interstratal Connate water holds a potential for use on space missions Moon or planetary rocks would be the source
connate water
Water entrapped in the interstices of the rock (either sedimentary or extrusive igneous) at the time the rock was deposited It may be derived either from ocean water or land water Often used incorrectly to denote formation water or interstitial water The composition of the original water may have been altered during the compaction process by entrapment of ions, extrusion of water, diffusion, osmosis, etc
connate water
The water present in a petroleum reservoir in the same zone occupied by oil and gas considered by some to be the residue of the primal sea, connate water occurs as a film of water around each grain of sand in granular reservoir rock and is held in place by capillary attraction
connate

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    con·nate

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    Этимология

    [ kä-'nAt, 'kä-" ] (adjective.) 1641. Late Latin connatus, past participle of connasci to be born together, from Latin com- + nasci to be born; more at NATION.

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