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Etymology 1Уреди

From the Латински prefix con-, from cum (with).

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con-

  1. (non-productive) used with certain words to add a notion similar to those conveyed by with, together, or joint
    congenial, congregation, console, consonant, construct, converge, etc.
  2. (non-productive) used with certain words to intensify their meaning
    confirm
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Con- becomes

col- before l: collaborate;
com- before b, m, and p: combat, commit, compel;
cor- before r: correlation;

It can also appear as co-: coexistence, cosine.

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Etymology 2Уреди

Back-formation from conlang., short for "constructed language".

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con-

  1. attached to certain words to obtain new, informal, subcultural words in which con- conveys a notion of:
    1. constructed, artificial
    2. hypothetical, fictional
    3. related to conlangs, conworlds, etc.
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PronunciationУреди

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con-

  1. con- (1)
Категорија Холандски речи са префиксом con- није пронађена

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EtymologyУреди

From preposition cum (with).

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con-

  1. Used in compounds to indicate a being or bringing together of several objects
    co, colloquor, convīvor, etc.: colligō, compōnō, con, etc.
  2. Used in compounds to indicate the completeness, perfecting of any act, and thus gives intensity to the signification of the simple word
    commaculō, commendō, concitō, comminuō, concerpō, concīdō, convellō, etc.

Usage notesУреди

  • Before vowels and h, the prefix becomes co-, or rarely com-. Excluded are i and u when these represent /j/ and /w/.
  • Before b, m and p, the prefix becomes com-.
  • Before l, the prefix becomes col-.
  • Before r, the prefix becomes cor-.
  • Before n, the prefix becomes cō- (or con- in Late Latin).
  • Before original gn, the prefix becomes co- and gn is not reduced to n.

As usual in Latin phonology, the sequences ons and onf are pronounced with nasalised long vowels, and the vowel is written with a macron, i.e. cōnspīrō and cōnferō.

Derived termsУреди

Категорија Латински речи са префиксом con- није пронађена

ReferencesУреди

  • con- in Charlton T. Lewis (1891) An Elementary Latin Dictionary, New York: Harper & Brothers

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EtymologyУреди

From the Латински prefix con-, from cum (with).

PrefixУреди

con-

  1. with

Usage notesУреди

Before the letters b or p use the form com-. Sometimes the co- form is used instead.

Derived termsУреди

Категорија Шпански речи са префиксом con- није пронађена