See also: Jovem

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin iuvenem, juvenem, accusative of iuvenis (young), from Proto-Italic *juwenis, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂yuh₁en- (young). Possibly a semi-learned term, as with Spanish joven. Cf. also moço.

Compare Galician xove, Spanish joven, Catalan jove, Occitan jove, French jeune, Italian giovane and Romanian june.

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AdjectiveEdit

jovem (plural jovens, comparable)

  1. young, youthful
    Minhas tias são jovens.
    My aunts are young.

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NounEdit

jovem m, f (plural jovens)

  1. youngster (young person)