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Etymology of the Latin word ductus

the Latin word ductus (duct, tube; conducting; generalship)
derived from the Latin word ducere (to lead; to lead or draw; to lead, dim; to lead, carry; lead, command; think)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *deuk- (to lead)

Derivations in Latin

aquaeductus, ductio, ductilis

Derivations in other languages

English oviduct, English duct, French infraduction, French stéréoduc, Italian dotto, Italian ductus, Italian duttale, Portuguese ducto, Portuguese duto, Romanian duct, Spanish ductivo, Spanish gasoducto

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