See also: fígado

Aragonese

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Etymology

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From Late Latin fīcātum (liver), from Latin iecur fīcātum (fig-stuffed liver).

Noun

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figado

  1. liver

Old Spanish

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Etymology

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From Late Latin fīcātum (liver), from Latin iecur fīcātum (fig-stuffed liver).

Pronunciation

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Noun

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figado m (plural figados)

  1. liver
    • c1200: Almeric, Fazienda de Ultramar, f. 35v. b.
      dixo el angel abrel e trayent coraçon e el figado & la fiel e cõ eſto ſanara to padre aſſi lo fizo.
      the angel said: "open it and take out the heart, the liver and the gall, and with them your father will be healed", and so he did.
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Descendants

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  • Ladino: ligado (Latin spelling)
  • Spanish: hígado