Definition - Each of the two correlative words that are used in correlative coordination.

Example -
In Both Barry and Jane went home the words both and and are correlatives.

Etymology -
The word perhaps derives from the Modern Latin correlativus (from the Latin com-, together + relativus, relative or referring).

Oxford English Dictionary -
Its first citation in this sense is from 1808:
"Correlatives are words in regimen, having a mutual reference."
(Middleton Grk. Article (1855) 36 )

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