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edición f. (Noun) "edition"
16th cent. From Medieval Latin editionem, accusative of editio "publication." From Latin edere "to publish," but originally meaning "to produce."

The word edere is composed of two parts. The first part, e-, is from the prefix ex- "out" (see ex-). The second, -dere, is a relict of the Proto-Indo-European root *dheh1- "to put." Normally *dh- became f- in Latin, but the presence of the prefix e- prevented the change from happening. Cf. hacer, which came from *dheh1- without the prefix.
Portuguese edição, French édition, Italian edizione, Romanian ediție