Coessentiality to Cognati
(Co`es*sen`ti*al"i*ty) n. Participation of the same essence. Johnson.
(Co`es*tab"lish*ment) n. Joint establishment. Bp. Watson.
(Co`es*tate") n. Joint estate. Smolett.
(Co`e*ta"ne*an) n. A person coetaneous with another; a contemporary. [R.]
A . . . coetanean of the late earl of Southampton.
(Co`e*ta"ne*ous) a. [L. coaetaneus; co- + aetas age.] Of the same age; beginning to
exist at the same time; contemporaneous.
And all [members of the body] are coetaneous.
(Co`e*ter"nal) a. Equally eternal. Co`e*ter"nal*ly, adv.
Hail, holy Light, offspring of Heaven first born!
Or of the Eternal coeternal beam.
(Co`e*ter"ni*ty) n. Existence from eternity equally with another eternal being; equal eternity.
(Co*e"val) a. [L. coaevus; co- + aevum lifetime, age. See Age, n.] Of the same age; existing
during the same period of time, especially time long and remote; usually followed by with.
Silence! coeval with eternity!
Oaks coeval spread a mournful shade.
(Co*e"val), n. One of the same age; a contemporary.
As if it were not enough to have outdone all your coevals in wit.
(Co*e"vous) a. Coeval [Obs.] South.
(Co`ex*ec"u*tor) n. A joint executor.
(Co`ex*ec"u*trix) n. A joint executrix.
(Co`ex*ist) v. i. [imp. & p. p. Coexisted; p. pr. & vb. n. Coexisting.] To exist at the same
time; sometimes followed by with.
Of substances no one has any clear idea, farther than of certain simple ideas coexisting together.
So much purity and integrity . . . coexisting with so much decay and so many infirmities.
(Co`ex*ist"ence) n. Existence at the same time with another; contemporary existence.
Without the help, or so much as the coexistence, of any condition.
(Co`ex*ist"ent) a. Existing at the same time with another. n. That which coexists with
The law of coexistent vibrations.
(Co`ex*ist"ing), a. Coexistent. Locke.