Category:English coordinated pairs

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Here are entries that are coordinated pairs of words. To merit an entry in Wiktionary, the coordinated pair should constitute an idiom. Many became idiomatic because of legal usage. Common collocations that are not idiomatic should be added to Appendix:English coordinated pairs.

Sometimes they are terms with different origins or paths into English, typically, from Old English, Old Norse, or other Germanic source; or from Anglo-Norman, Middle French, or Old French; or from Latin or Ancient Greek. See Category:Etymological twins.

The yoked terms may be synonyms, antonyms, coordinate terms, or have some kind of sequential relationship.

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Pages in category "English coordinated pairs"

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