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joven (Noun) "youth"
13th cent. From Latin iuvenis 'id.' From Proto-Italic *juwen- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *h2i̯u̯-h1en- "young," but more literally "one full of life's energy." From *h1oi̯-u̯- "lifetime" (see evo).
Also the origin of the surname Joven, sometimes indicating the person was under the age of 25.
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian xoven, Portuguese jovem, Galician xove, Catalan jove, French jeune, Italian giovane, Aromanian gioni, Romanian june, Sardinian giovanu
Celtic
Old Irish óetiu "youth"
Germanic
Gothic jund- "youth," Old High German jugund 'id.,' Old Saxon juguth, Old English geogoð (English youth)
Balto-Slavic
Old Church Slavonic junъ "young," Lithuanian jáunas 'id.'
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit yúvan- "youth," Young Avestan yuuānəm 'id.'