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lecho m. (Noun) "bed"
11th cent. Old Spanish leito. Now largely replaced by cama. From Latin lectus 'id.' From Proto-Italic *lekto- 'id.,' a formation from the verb *leχ-e/o- "to lie down." From Proto-Indo-European *legh-e/o- 'id.'
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Portuguese leito, Catalan llit, French lit, Italian letto, Sardinian letu