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Q: Hemi- and semi- are cognate forms. True False
A: Yes, insofar as they are cognate with repect to each other. Hemi-, semi- and demi- are synonymous.
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User: Hemi- and semi- are cognate forms. True False

Weegy: Yes, insofar as they are cognate with repect to each other. Hemi-, semi- and demi- are synonymous.
xjoseamadox|Points 95|

User: The connotations of a word have little effect on its literal meaning. True False

User: Etymology is derived from two Greek words and means _____. the study of true word meaning the study of many word meanings the illumination of many word meanings the study of words in history

Weegy: Answer is A. the study of true word meaning
skyler cook|Points 60|

User: Two forms of the same word are called _____. cognates doublets allusions pejoration

Weegy: Two forms of the same word are called COGNATES In linguistics, cognates are words that have a common etymological origin. This learned term derives from the Latin cognatus (blood relative).[1] Cognates within the same language are called doublets. [ Strictly speaking, loanwords from another language are not considered cognates. For example, the English words shirt and skirt are doublets; the former derives from the Old English s?yrte, while the latter is loaned from Old Norse skyrta, both of which derive from the Proto-Germanic *skurtij?. Additional cognates of the same word in other Germanic languages include the German Sch?rze and Dutch schort (which both mean "apron"). ]
carl1980|Points 282|

User: Two forms of the same word are called _____. cognates, doublets, allusions, pejoration

Weegy: Two forms of the same word are called COGNATES In linguistics, cognates are words that have a common etymological origin. This learned term derives from the Latin cognatus (blood relative).[1] Cognates within the same language are called doublets. [ Strictly speaking, loanwords from another language are not considered cognates. For example, the English words shirt and skirt are doublets; the former derives from the Old English s?yrte, while the latter is loaned from Old Norse skyrta, both of which derive from the Proto-Germanic *skurtij?. Additional cognates of the same word in other Germanic languages include the German Sch?rze and Dutch schort (which both mean "apron"). ]
carl1980|Points 282|

User: The Greek combining form hepta- means _____. five seven six eight

Weegy: Osteo, bone, osteoporosis. path, feeling, sympathy ... *Most of these prefixes/ suffixes/roots are taken from Mr. Hanno's unit on Greek roots. [ ............... The Greek combining form hepta- means *seven* ............... ]
sujaysen|Points 4301|

User: Give the original language from which this term was derived. You may use a dictionary. chivalry Dutch Greek Hebrew Latin Old French

Weegy: First in 1844, from French prot?ine, coined in 1838 by Dutch chemist Gerhard Johan Mulder (1802-1880), perhaps on suggestion of Berzelius, [ [ from Greek proteios "the first quality," from protos "first." Originally a theoretical substance thought to be essential to life, the modern use is from German Protein, borrowed intact in English 1907. ] ]
Alaked|Points 50|

User: chivalry Dutch Greek Hebrew Latin Old French

Weegy: Please clarify your question thanks
jonsyg|Points 1084|

User: Give the original language from which this term was derived. You may use a dictionary. chivalry Dutch Greek Hebrew Latin Old French

Weegy: First in 1844, from French prot?ine, coined in 1838 by Dutch chemist Gerhard Johan Mulder (1802-1880), perhaps on suggestion of Berzelius, [ [ from Greek proteios "the first quality," from protos "first." Originally a theoretical substance thought to be essential to life, the modern use is from German Protein, borrowed intact in English 1907. ] ]
Alaked|Points 50|

User: Give the original language from which this term was derived. You may use a dictionary. chivalry Dutch Greek Hebrew Latin

Weegy: First in 1844, from French prot?ine, coined in 1838 by Dutch chemist Gerhard Johan Mulder (1802-1880), perhaps on suggestion of Berzelius, [ [ from Greek proteios "the first quality," from protos "first." Originally a theoretical substance thought to be essential to life, the modern use is from German Protein, borrowed intact in English 1907. ] ]
Alaked|Points 50|

User: Give the original language from which this term was derived. You may use a dictionary. razor Old English Greek Hebrew Latin Old French

User: Give the original language from which this term was derived. You may use a dictionary. scholar Old English Greek Hebrew Latin Old French

Weegy: old english
selymi|Points 10586|

User: Select all that apply. Which of the following contribute to changes in language? historical events inventions discoveries new ideas individuals

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