- cogito, ergo sum,
- cognate object,
Origin of cognate
Examples from the Web for cognatic
The most elementary of these groups is the maegth, the association of agnatic and cognatic relations.
The former case offends against the principle of agnatic organisation, the latter against the cognatic.
Here again it will be convenient to employ the Roman terms, Agnatic and Cognatic relationship.Ancient Law|Sir Henry James Sumner Maine
The prohibition does not extend to cognatic relationship, but a man must not marry into the family of his paternal aunt.
This state of things however points to the prevalence of a cognatic organisation of society.
Word Origin for cognate
1640s, from Latin cognatus "of common descent," from com- "together" (see co-) + gnatus, past participle of gnasci, older form of nasci "to be born" (see genus). Words that are cognates are cousins, not siblings. As a noun, from 1754.