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In botany, the word "synonym" has a special meaning. There is one "correct name", and the other names are synonyms. For example, Daemonorops draco is the correct name of a species of palm trees, and Calamus draco is a synonym for the same species. In zoology, there is one "valid name" and the others are "junior synonyms".


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That means, only a noun can be a synonym of another noun, only a verb can be a synonym of another verb, and so on. One can find sets of synonyms in a thesaurus, which is a book listing groups of related words. History. The word "synonym" dates back over 500 years, to late Middle English.


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At the species level, subjective synonyms are common because an unexpectedly large range of variation in a species, or simple ignorance about an earlier description, may …


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Die homotypischen (nomenklatorischen) Synonyme in der Botanik sind objektive Synonyme in der Zoologie. Die heterotypischen (taxonomischen) Synonyme in der Botanik sind subjektive Synonyme in der Zoologie. Der gleiche Artname in einer anderen Gattung ist in der Botanik ein Synonym und hat einen zusätzlichen Autor.


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Synonym (taxonomy) KidzSearch Safe ... search. Synonyms in taxonomy are similar to normal synonyms, there are two ... ( http://simple.wikipedia.org).


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Synonym (taxonomy) In scienteefic nomenclatur, a synonym is a scienteefic name that applies tae a taxon that (nou) gangs bi a different scienteefic name, ...


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Synonyms can be nouns, verbs, adverbs or adjectives, but both words must be of the same part of speech. That means, only a noun can be a synonym of another noun, only a verb can be a synonym of another verb, and so on. One can find sets of synonyms in a thesaurus, which is a book listing groups of related words.


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A synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language. Words that are synonyms are said to be synonymous, and the state of being a synonym is called synonymy. For example, the words begin, start, commence, and initiate are all synonyms of one another.


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In English, many synonyms evolved from the parallel use, in the early medieval period, of Norman French (from Latin) and Old English (Anglo-Saxon) words, often with some words being used principally by the Saxon peasantry ("folk", "freedom", "bowman") and their synonyms by the Norman nobility ("people", "liberty", "archer").


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Eine Taxonomie (altgriechisch τάξις táxis,Ordnung’ und νόμος nómos,Gesetz’) ist ein einheitliches Verfahren oder Modell (Klassifikationsschema), mit dem Objekte nach bestimmten Kriterien klassifiziert, das heißt in Kategorien oder Klassen (auch Taxa genannt) eingeordnet werden.


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Define taxonomy. taxonomy synonyms, taxonomy pronunciation, taxonomy translation, English dictionary definition of taxonomy ... Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.


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05.05.2018 · Wikipedia has an article on: taxonomy. ... taxonomy (countable and ... Simple English;


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Definition of synonym in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... Synonym (taxonomy) Synonym (taxonomy)


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Unlike synonyms in other contexts, in taxonomy a synonym is not interchangeable with the name of which it is a synonym. In taxonomy, synonyms are not equals, but have a …


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Unter kladistisch orientierten Taxonomen wird mitunter der Begriff Taxon dann als Synonym ... Wikipedia:Exzellent; Taxonomie ... English words (left, right ...


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classification synonyms, antonyms, English dictionary, English language, definition, see also 'clarification',classic',classical',classify', Reverso ...


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Antonyms for synonym. 1 ... They have taught me that the fancy word is justified only when it is truly more precise than a simple ... Synonym (taxonomy ...


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Definitions of Taxonomy of educational objectives, synonyms, ... analogical dictionary of Taxonomy of educational objectives (English) ... Wikipedia - see ...


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Othniel Charles Marsh (October 29, 1831 ... 1879 [synonym] Sterrholophus flabellatus Marsh, 1889 [synonym] ... Simple English;


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