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 A cognate is a word that has the same root as a similar word in another language and looks and sounds similar. True cognates will have the same or similar definitions in both languages.Since English has some Germanic roots, there are a fair number of

 A cognate is a word that has the same root as a similar word in another language and looks and sounds similar. True cognates will have the same or similar definitions in both languages.

Since English has some Germanic roots, there are a fair number of English-German cognates. While the words may look slightly different due to the German alphabet , English speakers will probably be able to figure out what the words mean.

English also has roots in Latin just like Romance languages such as Spanish, French and Italian, which is why there are so many cognates between those languages and English (and each other). In all Romance languages, for instance, the word for "mother" is fairly recognizable: French is mère , and in Spanish and Italian both it's  madre . Even the non-Romance German language follows this similarity; the German word for mother is Mutter.

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 A cognate is a word that has the same root as a similar word in another language and looks and sounds similar. True cognates will have the same or similar definitions in both languages.

Since English has some Germanic roots, there are a fair number of English-German cognates. While the words may look slightly different due to the German alphabet , English speakers will probably be able to figure out what the words mean.

English also has roots in Latin just like Romance languages such as Spanish, French and Italian, which is why there are so many cognates between those languages and English (and each other). In all Romance languages, for instance, the word for "mother" is fairly recognizable: French is mère , and in Spanish and Italian both it's  madre . Even the non-Romance German language follows this similarity; the German word for mother is Mutter.

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The Germanic languages are a branch of the Indo-European language family spoken natively by a population of about 515 million people [nb 1] mainly in Europe , North America , Oceania , and Southern Africa .

The main North Germanic languages are Swedish , Danish , Norwegian , Icelandic and Faroese , which have a combined total of about 20 million speakers.

The East Germanic branch included Gothic , Burgundian , and Vandalic , all of which are now extinct. The last to die off was Crimean Gothic , spoken until the late 18th century in some isolated areas of Crimea . [11]

 A cognate is a word that has the same root as a similar word in another language and looks and sounds similar. True cognates will have the same or similar definitions in both languages.

Since English has some Germanic roots, there are a fair number of English-German cognates. While the words may look slightly different due to the German alphabet , English speakers will probably be able to figure out what the words mean.

English also has roots in Latin just like Romance languages such as Spanish, French and Italian, which is why there are so many cognates between those languages and English (and each other). In all Romance languages, for instance, the word for "mother" is fairly recognizable: French is mère , and in Spanish and Italian both it's  madre . Even the non-Romance German language follows this similarity; the German word for mother is Mutter.

The Interglot Translation Dictionary can be used to search for Dutch, English, German , French, Spanish, and Swedish translations.

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 A cognate is a word that has the same root as a similar word in another language and looks and sounds similar. True cognates will have the same or similar definitions in both languages.

Since English has some Germanic roots, there are a fair number of English-German cognates. While the words may look slightly different due to the German alphabet , English speakers will probably be able to figure out what the words mean.

English also has roots in Latin just like Romance languages such as Spanish, French and Italian, which is why there are so many cognates between those languages and English (and each other). In all Romance languages, for instance, the word for "mother" is fairly recognizable: French is mère , and in Spanish and Italian both it's  madre . Even the non-Romance German language follows this similarity; the German word for mother is Mutter.

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