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dogo (2) (Noun) "doge"
Borrowed from Italian doge 'id.,' from Latin dux "general." From Proto-Italic *duk- "lead," a stem used in noun-forming compounds. From Proto-Indo-European *duk- 'id.,' from the verb *deu̯k-e/o- "to pull." See also dux and inducir
Indo-European