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From Middle English, from Old Norse samr (“same”), and/or from 古期英語 same (“same”) in the phrase swā same (swā) (“in like manner, in the same way (as)”), both
from Proto-Germanic *samaz (“same”), from Proto-Indo-European *somo-, *somos (“same”). Cognate with Scots samin (“same, like, together”), Danish samme (“same”), Swedish samma (“same”), Gothic (sama), a weak adjectival form, Ancient Greek ὁμός (homós, “same”), Old Irish som, Russian самый (sámyj), Sanskrit सम (sama).
- Not different or other; not another or others; not different as regards self; selfsame; numerically identical.
- Are you the same person who phoned me yesterday?
- I realised I was the same age as my grandfather had been when he joined the air force.
- Even if the twins are identical, they are still not the same person, unlike Mark Twain and Samuel Clemens.
- Peter and Anna went to the same high school: the high school to which Peter went is the high school to which Anna went.
- Similar, alike.
- (Should we delete(+) this redundant sense?) Used to express the unity of an object or person which has various different descriptions or qualities.
- A reply of confirmation of identity.
- The identical thing, ditto.
- Something similar, something of the identical type.
- (formal, often law) It or them, without a connotation of similarity.
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A is virtually the same as B.
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the same value
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the same faction
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