from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A member of the same kind, class, or group.
- noun An organism belonging to the same taxonomic genus as another organism.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Of the same genus or kind; congeneric.
- noun A thing of the same kind as. or nearly allied to, another; specifically, in botany and zoology, a plant or an animal belonging to the same genus as another or to one nearly allied.
- noun In anatomy, a muscle which acts with another in producing the same movement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A thing of the same genus, species, or kind; a thing allied in nature, character, or action.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A
plantor animalof the same taxonomic genusas another.
- noun A person or thing similar in behavior or nature to another.
- noun chemistry Any of a group of structurally-related compounds.
- noun Any of several
alcohols, other than ethanol, that are found in fermentedand distilled alcoholic drinks, and are partially responsible for their flavourand character.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a minor chemical constituent that gives a wine or liquor its distinctive character
- noun an animal or plant that bears a relationship to another (as related by common descent or by membership in the same genus)
- noun a whole (a thing or person) of the same kind or category as another
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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But the key word out of these studies that I read is the word congener, that's the word you sort of keep in mind and certain alcohols have more congeners than other alcohols.
A congener is a thing of like nature with another.
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Its congener, Spongiforma thailandica, is very different from SpongeBob SquarePants: it ranges in colour from pale brownish-grey to reddish-brown and smells strongly of coal-tar.
You have seen a congener of this species as a mystery bird, so it is possible that some of you can identify this bird's taxonomic family, and possibly even its genus.
Such were “Bakh, bakh” (= euge, before noticed), and “Kakh,” a congener of the Latin Cacus and
Whether there would be issue and whether such issue would be viable are still disputed points: the produce would add another difficulty to the pseudo-science called psychology, as such mule would have only half a soul and issue by a congener would have a quarter-soul.
The ways that PBDEs might enter and leave your body depend on the chemical structures of the congener components.
“Yá dádati”: dádat is an old servant-woman or slave, often applied to a nurse, like its congener the Pers.
Occurrence and congener profiles of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in environmental samples from coastal British Columnbia, Canada.
One congener in penta-BDE of note is BDE-47, which often accounts for the highest concentration of PBDEs in human and wildlife tissues.