A less stringent score is a close semantic associate such as a synonym ("hop" for "jump"), a superordinate ("flowers" for "dandelion"), or a cohyponym
("July" for "June").
As illustrated in section 2, Bauer (2008) divides dvandvas into five types: additives, cohyponyms
, co-synonyms, compromises and exocentrics.
Such a differentiation is demonstrated in the example of [landing place or wharf], where the writer juxtaposes cohyponyms
, [landing place] and [wharf]: one a legal lexical referent, and the other, a referent of generic usage.