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cog3 a projection on the end of a piece of wood that, when engaged with an indentation on another piece of wood, creates a joint. [2 definitions]
cogeneration the process in which waste energy is used by a factory or the like to generate electricity.
cogent convincing, or compelling by virtue of a strong argument or clear presentation.
cogitate to think over something carefully or at length. [2 definitions]
cognac any fine brandy, esp. that made in France near the town of Cognac.
cognate descended from a common ancestor. [4 definitions]
cognition the mental acts or processes by which knowledge is acquired or processed. [2 definitions]
cognitive of, pertaining to, or involving the use of the mind for acquiring knowledge and processing thought.
cognizable capable of being perceived or known. [2 definitions]
cognizance perception or acknowledgment of fact. [2 definitions]
cognizant aware; informed (usu. fol. by "of").
cognomen a last name; surname. [2 definitions]
cognoscente someone who has exceptional knowledge in a given area, esp. of fashion, literature, or the fine arts; connoisseur.
cogwheel a toothed wheel; gearwheel.
cohabit to live together in an intimate relationship, esp. outside of marriage.
cohead combined form of head.
coheir a person who shares an inheritance with another or others.
coheiress combined form of heiress.
cohere to lump, hold, or stick together. [2 definitions]
coherence the quality or condition or having a clear, logical structure or of being understandable. [2 definitions]
coherent lumping, holding, or sticking together. [2 definitions]