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juego m. (Noun) "game"
12th cent. From Latin iocus "joke," "game." From Proto-Italic *joko- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *i̯ok-o- "word."
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian xuegu, Portuguese jogo, Galician xogo, Catalan joc, French jeu, Italian gioco, Aromanian gioc, Romanian joc, Sardinian giogu
Italic
Umbrian iuca "prayers," Paelignian iocatin "to command"
Celtic
Middle Irish icht "people," Middle Welsh ieith "language," Breton yezh 'id.'
Germanic
Old High German jiht "confession"