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    cognate - Dictionary definition and meaning for word cognate

    Definition
    (noun) one related by blood or origin; especially on sharing an ancestor with another Definition
    (noun) a word is cognate with another if both derive from the same word in an ancestral language
    Synonyms : cognate word
    Definition
    (adj) related in nature
    Synonyms : connate
    Example Sentence
    • connate qualities
    Definition
    (adj) having the same ancestral language
    Example Sentence
    • cognate languages
    Definition
    (adj) related by blood
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for cognate

or co(together) + nate(born), so those who are born together (like twins) have the same origin.

cognate=co-originate

cognate-nate- this is the one to rememebr ,if u can resemble this nate ,with native,then it brings us to the answer,native people are related linguistically,probly similar in akin and also origin an may be blood...!!

cognate -> co - generate => generated together i.e. having common origin

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cognates=co(2GEATHER)+gna(DNA)+te(test)....WHEN DNA TEST IS DONE...ALL CAME TO KNOW THAT THEY ARE RELATED BY BLOOD

its lik co-originate

cognate= co originate

CO(together)+NATES(nates means buttocks)....buttocks are of the same person and hence they have the same origin....

cognate = cog ( connected together) + nate; connected together in a net i.e same origin.

In Electrical machine cogging term means stator & rotor is interlock & rotating together.

co(common) + gnate(originate). Or, Blood coagulates or clots so blood relatives.

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