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cōgnātus adj.

com- + GEN-, sprung from the same stock, related by blood, kindred: mihi: patres, the relationship of our fathers, V.: per cognata corpora supplex, as a kinsman, O.: anguilla cognata colubrae, Iu.Of a kinsman, of kindred: latus, O.: pectora, O.: urbes, V.: sanguis, V.: caelum, O.: faba Pythagorae (alluding to the doctrine of transmigration), H. — Fig., kindred, congenial, related, connected, like, similar: alqd mentibus nostris: vocabula, H.

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