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inducir (Verb) "to induce"
14th cent. Old Spanish enducir. From Latin inducere 'id.' From in- (2) and ducere "to lead." From Proto-Italic *douk-e- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *deu̯k-e/o- "to pull." See also dogo (2).
Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: Portuguese induzir, French enduire, Italian indurre; Eastern Vulgar Latin: Romanian induce
Indo-European: Celtic: Middle Welsh dwyn "to take to," "to steal;" Germanic: Gothic tiuhan "to lead," "to pull," Old High German ziohan 'id.,' Old Saxon tiohan 'id.,' Old English tēon 'id.' (English tee); Albanian: nduk "to draw out"