Jute

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin plural Jutae, Juti (in Bede), corresponding to Old English Ēotas, Īotas. Ultimately from Proto-Germanic *eutaz.

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Jute (plural Jutes)

  1. A member of the Germanic tribe that existed in modern-day Denmark that invaded England about the same time as the Angles and the Saxons in the beginning of the Middle Ages, but were eventually either consumed culturally or driven out of the island.

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