Related to fuego, and possibly ultimately from a Vulgar Latin *focone, from focus, perhaps through Catalan fogó or through a Mozarabic intermediary, as it was attested relatively late and preserved the initial -f- as opposed to -h- (compare hogar, hoguera, hogaza, etc.).
fogón m (plural fogones)
- stove, range
- (nautical) galley, cuddy, caboose
- vent (as of a firearm)
- (rail transport) firebox, engine furnace