(redirected from cognate)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
COGCaught Off Guard (chat/email)
COGChildren's Oncology Group
COGCouncil of Governments
COGChurch of God
COGCenter Of Gravity
COGChip On Glass
COGContinuity Of Government
COGRepublic of the Congo (ISO Country code)
COGCost Of Goods
COGChild of God
COGCity of God
COGCoke Oven Gas
COGCourse Over Ground
COGComponent Obsolescence Group
COGCoalition of Ordered Governments (Gears of War)
COGCity of Glass
COGCouncil of Governors
COGClusters of Orthologous Groups
CoGCommodity Grid (Kits)
COGConcours Owners Group (Kawasaki Concours motorcycle)
COGCANDU Owners Group
COGCost of Gain (in feedyards, cost of cattle divided by pounds gained)
COGConvenience Of the Government
COGCognizance Symbol
COGCluster of Orthologous Groups (genetics)
COGCustomer-Owned Goods
COGCoalition of Organized Governments (Gears of War)
COGCenter of Government
COGCorporal Of the Guard
COGCertificate of Graduation
COGCampaign for Open Government
COGCommander Operations Group (National Training Center, Ft Irwin, CA, USA)
COGCollaborative Operations Group (Disaster Management Interoperability Services DMIS)
COGCanada Organic Growers (organic agriculture association)
COGChief of the Guard
COGCentralized Ordering Group
COGCurrent Operations Group
COGCombined Operations Group
COGCommon Offset Gather (reflection seismology, GPR)
COGCongress of Gamers (conference)
CoGCommunion of Gurhal (Phantasy Star Universe)
COGCompliance Order Guidance
COGCovenant of the Goddess organization
COGContingency Operations Group
COGCIS Oil and Gas
COGCommunication and Outreach Action Group
COGChernobyl Orphan Group (UK)
CoGChamber of Gray (Star-Wars forum)
COGCentralized Operations Groups
COGColumbia Owners Group
COGCTF Oversight Group
COGCentral Organization Groups
COGCode Officiel Géographique (French: Official Geographic Code)
COGClub Omnisports Gargenville (French sports club)
COGCaptain of the Guard
COGCulture of Giving (Boulder, CO)
COGCommunity Organizing Group
COGCentre Opérationnel de la Gendarmerie (French police operational center)
COGChemical, Oil and Gas (industry sector)
COGConvention d'Objectifs et de Gestion (French: Agreement on Objectives and Management)
COGCommonwealth Observer Group (various locations)
References in periodicals archive ?
Since this paper focuses on Brahui, the related items from Appendix 3 are included when they have no cognate in Elamite or North Dravidian, if they can reliably be assigned to a list on the basis of their own phonology or of cognates in PPD.
Cognate was co-founded by the father-son team of Jess and Bennett Collen, both Boston College graduates.
53): "I used the term DI-ODES to describe 'poems' made from pairs of short and long vowels of a word, and I used them together, singly or in groups, as poems, phrases, cognates, etc.
Because many of the words we associate with academic English have Greco-Roman roots, it is common to find many cognates between these academic English words and more common words in other Romance languages, such as Spanish.
In this cognate set one can also include MariE lewe, MariW liwa warm , MariE lewe-, MariW liwe- become warm, thaw , as hesitatingly suggested by UEW (685).
1 Estonian stem, which has a cognate in Mari (pistma 'to prick'), is an old derivation from another Finno-Maric stem, represented by Estonian pusima (5)).
Some words are cognates for one meaning but not another: letter-letra (letter of the alphabet); letter-carta (as in written correspondence).
Several areas of importance in the research include the use of cognates, teaching the meaning of basic words, and the importance of review and reinforcement.
The S, envelope, and membrane proteins and nucleoprotein showed a high degree of amino acid identity with the cognate open reading frame (ORF) of CCoV type II.
The unique cognate noun "Heretic" ("Hairetikos") is introduced at Titus 3.
The view expressed here is cognate with the eighth plank of the Communist Manifesto, which proclaims the "universal liability of all to serve" as the state dictates.
Identifying all Islamic beliefs with extreme Islamist terror, as Harris does throughout the book, is a little like saying that the Maoist guerrillas of Peru's Shining Path are cognate with the Democratic Leadership Council.