Results for: Cognate

In Definitions

What is the definition of cognate?

Words that are similar in different languages. As per Webster´s Dictionary: "cognate" of a word or morpheme: related by derivation, borrowing or descent. Examples: Engl (MORE)
In Definitions

What is cognation?

Cognation . Cognation is a relationship that exists because of shared blood (physical relation between two beings).
In English to Spanish

Is son a cognate?

Not likely, in Spanish "son" is a conjugated verb and means "they are." It can also mean "rythm" or "music" in some countries.
In Languages and Cultures

What is a false cognate?

False cognates are pairs of words in the same or different languages that are similar in form and meaning but have different roots. The term false cognates is also used (in (MORE)
In School Subjects

What is a cognate in Spanish?

A cognate in spanish is cognado. If you mean it the other way it is a word easy to translate into English from Spanish like balon is balloon. See?
In English to French

What is a cognate in French?

A cognate, in French, or any other language, is a word that shares common meaning and etymological roots between two languages. The common root is usually seen in similar spel (MORE)
In Languages and Cultures

What is a true cognate?

A true cognate is a word that looks the same in two--or more--languages and has the same meaning, probably because they share a common origin (such as German "Freund" and Engl (MORE)
In English to Spanish

What is a Spanish cognate that begins with LL?

A Cognate is a word that means, and looks the same in 2 languages. I currently do not know of any cognates for ll , but I am in search of one for my 8th Grade project.
In English to Spanish

How many spanish cognates are there?

First, there are the problems of what is a word and what is acognate (i.e., how close do the forms and the meanings have to beto be considered cognates). If we take a middle a (MORE)
In English to Spanish

What is a Spanish cognate?

A cognate is a word that sounds like the word with it's same meaning in a different language. An example of an English/Spanish cognate would be: Universe Universo English S (MORE)