English adjective: same
|1.||same same in identity|
|Samples||The same man I saw yesterday.|
Never wore the same dress twice.
This road is the same one we were on yesterday.
On the same side of the street.
|Similar||aforementioned, aforesaid, identical, said, selfsame, very|
|2.||same closely similar or comparable in kind or quality or quantity or degree|
|Samples||Curtains the same color as the walls.|
Two girls of the same age.
Mother and son have the same blue eyes.
Animals of the same species.
The same rules as before.
Two boxes having the same dimensions.
The same day next year.
|Similar||assonant, comparable, cookie-cutter, corresponding, duplicate, homophonic, identical, indistinguishable, like, one, synoptic, synoptical|
|See also||equal, like, similar, similar, unvaried, unvarying|
|3.||same equal in amount or value|
The same amount.
Gave one six blows and the other a like number.
The same number.
|4.||same unchanged in character or nature|
|Samples||The village stayed the same.|
His attitude is the same as ever.
English noun: Same
|1.||Same (person) a member of an indigenous nomadic people living in northern Scandinavia and herding reindeer|
|Synonyms||Lapp, Lapplander, Saame, Saami, Sami|
|Member meronym||Lapland, Lappland|
|2.||Same (communication) the language of nomadic Lapps in northern Scandinavia and the Kola Peninsula|
|Synonyms||Lapp, Saame, Saami, Sami|
|Broader (hypernym)||Lappic, Lappish|