OFFSPRING loveage (lovage) GO - LEAVE capture CUT - PARE chainless SHIN - SCALE superates REST - PAUSE delimitate ITEM - DETAIL paltriest SPLIT - TEAR literal AIR - TELL parents NAP - REST cameralists CLAIM - ASSERT readvise AID - SERVE charades RACE - DASH spikenel (spignel, a plant) PEEL - SKIN batterings START - BEGIN threnodial RETAIN - HOLD treescape PEACE - REST wycari (vicary n.
index-catalogue of spiders of North, Central, and South America with all adjacent islands, Greenland, Bermuda, West Indies, Terra del Fuego, Galapagos, etc.
The ideal case is a pair of synonymic
reversals like pat--tap, (B) the first to appear in Word Ways (74-172).
KIRBY, W.F., 1871.--A Synonymic
Catalogue of diurnalLepidoptera: 289 pp.
Included are other deletions (curtailments, beshoulderments, castrations) that form synonymic
For each species a synonymic
list is presented in which we mention the depositary institution of the primary types.
The second category of synonymic
SITS do not have a common set of letters at their beginning.
The OSF online contains complete synonymic
and taxonomic information, citations and references, images and sound recordings, maps, specimen collecting records and identification keys.
The selected standard allows us to use all the mentioned methods of resolving the choice between synonymic
The relationships among the members of a demonstrative system can in fact be complementary or synonymic
. After all, if their etymologies have been correctly identified, both apa- and asi+ are extensions of the same demonstrative stem.