Fijo
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Fijo
See also: fijó

Ladino

Noun

fijo m (Latin spelling, plural fijos)

  1. (Thessalonica) Alternative form of ijo

Coordinate terms


Old Spanish

Etymology

From Latin filius. Cognate to Old Portuguese fillo, Mozarabic filyo, Old Occitan filh and Old French fil.

Pronunciation

Noun

fijo m (plural fijos)

  1. son

Descendants

  • Ladino: [Term?]
    Hebrew:
    Latin: ijo
  • Spanish: hijo
    • Papiamentu: yiu
    • -> Tagalog: iho

Spanish

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin fixus, past participle of f?g? ("to fasten, fix"). Doublet of the inherited hito.

Adjective

fijo (feminine singular fija, masculine plural fijos, feminine plural fijas)

  1. fixed
  2. firm
  3. concrete, tangible

Adverb

fijo

  1. (colloquial) certainly, of course, doubtless

Synonyms

Verb

fijo

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of fijar.

Derived terms


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