Corrélative. adj. [con and relativus, Latin.] Having a reciprocal relation, so that the existence of one in a particular state depends upon the existence of another.
Father and son, husband and wife, and such other correlative terms, seem nearly to belong one to another. South.
Giving is a relative action, and so requires a correlative to answer it: giving, on one part, transfers no property, unless there be an accepting on the other. South's Sermons.