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Is there a a name for the process of translating from a language to another following the evolution of words in each of the languages?

From translatology, the term konkordante Übersetzung is relevant and the German Wikipedia article contains some examples from Bible translations applying this principle. I'm also aware of Quran ...
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Is there a a name for the process of translating from a language to another following the evolution of words in each of the languages?

Not sure about the proper term used by linguists, but this is extremely common with native Spanish speakers learning Catalan, and it is often labelled (in Catalan) as a barbarisme. This translates to ...
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Is there a a name for the process of translating from a language to another following the evolution of words in each of the languages?

It isn't clear exactly which strategy you are talking about, but the first thing that comes to mind is guessing what the target language word would be, based on conjectured historical relations ...
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