synonymize


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syn·on·y·mize

 (sĭ-nŏn′ə-mīz′)
tr.v. syn·on·y·mized, syn·on·y·miz·ing, syn·on·y·miz·es
To analyze or provide the synonyms of (a word or taxon).

synonymize

(sɪˈnɒnɪˌmaɪz) or

synonymise

vb
(Linguistics) (tr) to analyse the synonyms of or provide with synonyms

syn•on•y•mize

(sɪˈnɒn əˌmaɪz)

v.t. -mized, -miz•ing.
to give synonyms for (a word, name, etc.); furnish with synonyms.
[1585–95]

synonymize


Past participle: synonymized
Gerund: synonymizing

Imperative
synonymize
synonymize
Present
I synonymize
you synonymize
he/she/it synonymizes
we synonymize
you synonymize
they synonymize
Preterite
I synonymized
you synonymized
he/she/it synonymized
we synonymized
you synonymized
they synonymized
Present Continuous
I am synonymizing
you are synonymizing
he/she/it is synonymizing
we are synonymizing
you are synonymizing
they are synonymizing
Present Perfect
I have synonymized
you have synonymized
he/she/it has synonymized
we have synonymized
you have synonymized
they have synonymized
Past Continuous
I was synonymizing
you were synonymizing
he/she/it was synonymizing
we were synonymizing
you were synonymizing
they were synonymizing
Past Perfect
I had synonymized
you had synonymized
he/she/it had synonymized
we had synonymized
you had synonymized
they had synonymized
Future
I will synonymize
you will synonymize
he/she/it will synonymize
we will synonymize
you will synonymize
they will synonymize
Future Perfect
I will have synonymized
you will have synonymized
he/she/it will have synonymized
we will have synonymized
you will have synonymized
they will have synonymized
Future Continuous
I will be synonymizing
you will be synonymizing
he/she/it will be synonymizing
we will be synonymizing
you will be synonymizing
they will be synonymizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been synonymizing
you have been synonymizing
he/she/it has been synonymizing
we have been synonymizing
you have been synonymizing
they have been synonymizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been synonymizing
you will have been synonymizing
he/she/it will have been synonymizing
we will have been synonymizing
you will have been synonymizing
they will have been synonymizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been synonymizing
you had been synonymizing
he/she/it had been synonymizing
we had been synonymizing
you had been synonymizing
they had been synonymizing
Conditional
I would synonymize
you would synonymize
he/she/it would synonymize
we would synonymize
you would synonymize
they would synonymize
Past Conditional
I would have synonymized
you would have synonymized
he/she/it would have synonymized
we would have synonymized
you would have synonymized
they would have synonymized
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The exclusive Tritogenia generic characters recognized later by Michaelsen (1918) allowed him to synonymize Brachydrilus with Tritogenia, and to transfer all the species known at the time (sulcata, howickiana, benhami, morosa and crassa) from Microchaetus to Tritogenia, although the composite species zuluensis was still left in Microchaetus.
Thus there is no evidence for clinal variation that might bridge morphometric differences between the two species and lead us to synonymize them.
There are numerous species with similar genitalia that I am hesitant to synonymize since their size, the shape of the abdomen, or their coloration may differ.