Verbum falsum cognatum

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Falsus cognatus[1] est res linguistica ubi verba similis in forma et significatione ex linguis differentibus, quorum radices differunt, prima facie ducit linguisticas credere eos esse cognatos. Verbum "falsum cognatum" nonnumquam perperam interpretantum est ut attingat ad Falsum amicum.[2] [3]

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  1. ex wikipedia Anglice
  2. Moss, Gillian (1992), "Cognate recognition: Its importance in the teaching of ESP reading courses to Spanish speakers", English for Specific Purposes 11 (2): 141–158 
  3. Jakobson, Roman (1962), "Why 'mama' and 'papa'?", Selected Writings, I: Phonological Studies, The Hague: Mouton, pp. 538–545