See also: Enero

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EtymologyEdit

Attested since 1171. From Old Spanish janero, itself possibly from Arabic يناير(yenāyir), or more likely from Vulgar Latin *januairu, *jenuarius, from classical Latin iānuārius((month) of Janus), from Iānus(Roman god of doorways), from iānua(passage), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁ey-(go); cf. Sanskrit यान(yāna). Compare Portuguese janeiro.

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enero m (plural eneros)

  1. January

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