adjective con·similar \(ˈ)kän, kən+\

Definition of consimilar

  1. :  sharing in similarity or being entirely similar; specifically :  having both valves alike consimilar diatoms


\(ˈ)kän, kən+\ noun, plural


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Origin and Etymology of consimilar

obsolete English consimile (from Middle English, from Latin consimilis entirely similar, from com- + similis similar) + -ar — more at similar

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to cast off or become cast off

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