Cognatus


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Cog`na´tus


n.1.(Law) A person connected through cognation.
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El Niseno, en su comentario a Cant 1,16-17, relaciona y explica las palabras ecce pulcher es, cognatus meus etformosus y la descripcion del lecho nupcial, lectus noster umbrosus, como una afirmacion de la divinidad del Verbo y una descripcion de su encarnacion.
Among Nearctic Bufo, multiple clutches have only been documented in Bufo cognatus (Krupa, 1986).
It is also expressed in John Mbiti's classic statement: "I am because we are, since we are therefore I am (Mbiti, 1969:215) or John S Pobee's cognatus ergo sum which is translated as: "I am related by blood, therefore, I exist or "I exist because I belong to a family" (Pobee, 1979: 49).
Feeding selectivity of slimy sculpin Cottus cognatus and deepwater sculpin Myoxocephalus thompsonii in southeast Lake Michigan: implications for species coexistence.
L'interpretation qui en resulte est celle d'un caractere assez ferme du tombeau familial dans la mesure oU en sont exclus l'adfinis (37) et le cognatus.
The scientists speculate that the Bigfoot creature is a hybrid cross of modern Homo sapiens, with a novel primate species, giving it the species name Homo sapiens cognatus.
El vocablo cognado deriva del latin cognatus y de acuerdo con la Real Academia Espanola posee dos definiciones siendo una de ellas Emparentado morfologicamente y la otra Pariente por cognacion donde cognacion significa parentesco.
Benezet Bujo also presents an African social existence when he states: "For Black Africa, it is not the Cartesian cogito ergo sum ("I think, therefore I am") but an existential cognatus sum, ergo sumus ["I am known, therefore we are"] that is decisive.
Acaros asociados al coleoptero Passalus cognatus (Coleoptera: Passalidae) de los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico.
cognatus has been recorded from the northeastern slope of the Capitan Mountains (Hall and Kelson, 1951), so this may be the identity of the individual in this study from Capitan Mountains.