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pago (1) m. (Noun) "farm;" "rural district"
Very late 15th cent. From Latin pagus 'id.,' literally "boundary marked by stakes." From Proto-Italic *pāg-o- "district," from Proto-Indo-European *peh2ǵ-os 'id.' From the root verb *peh2ǵ- "to attach."
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese pago, French pays, Italian paese
Hellenic
Ancient Greek εὐ-πηγής (ey-pegés) "well-built"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit pajrá- "solid," Khotanese pāysa- "surface"