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IdoEdit

EtymologyEdit

From yuna.

SuffixEdit

-yuno

  1. Used on animals to indicate a young age
    bovo (bull, cow, ox) + ‎-yuno → ‎bovyuno (calf)

Usage notesEdit

Not to be confused with the suffix -ido, which means a human descendant, as in Izraelido (Israelite); descendant of Izrael (Israel).

Derived termsEdit