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cognate having similar or analogous properties or functions. [1/4 definitions]
correspond to be similar in structure, position, purpose, function, or the like; be analogous or equivalent (usually followed by "to"). [1/3 definitions]
correspondent something that resembles or is analogous to something else. [2/4 definitions]
hock1 the analogous joint on the leg of a chicken, turkey, or other domestic fowl. [1/4 definitions]
lore2 the portion of a bird between its eye and beak, or an analogous portion of a fish or reptile.
microcosm a small, analogous example or representation of a larger system. [1/2 definitions]
microcosmos a small, analogous example or representation of a larger system; microcosm. [1/2 definitions]
North Pole (l.c.) the analogous point on any planet, moon, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
nose the ability to mentally detect or perceive, analogous to sensing by smell. [1/9 definitions]
organism any structure or system that is analogous to a living thing. [1/2 definitions]
palm1 any of various objects, parts, or measures that are analogous to or based on the placement or size of the palm. [1/4 definitions]
parallel correspondence, or a particular analogous feature. [1/9 definitions]
patriarch an elderly and revered man, or some analogous living thing such as a very large tree or large old herd animal. [1/4 definitions]
pinion2 the part of a bird's wing farthest from its body, containing bones analogous to those of the hand. [1/7 definitions]
point of no return an analogous point in an undertaking, adventure, or the like, at which those involved are unwilling or unable to stop. [1/2 definitions]
Rutherford atom the atom regarded as visually analogous to the solar system, with electrons revolving around a nucleus.
South Pole (l.c.) the analogous point on any planet, moon, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
thigh an analogous part in the legs of animals, birds, and insects. [1/2 definitions]
tympanum a membrane in some insects that is analogous to the eardrum. [1/4 definitions]