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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).
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese induzir, French enduire, Italian indurre, Romanian induce
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
Albanian nduk "to draw out"