Talk:haragán

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Aragan haragan Sp. lazy, inactive: probably from the O.H. G. arag arg worthless, lazy, G. arg bad, IceL argr lazy, cowardly (Eng. arch = mischievous), hence as a term of abuse; its use was forbidden by the Lombard law : si quis alium argam per furorem clamaveritf Paul. Diac. 6, 24: memento quod me ... vulgari verbo arga vocaveris. In the district of Como , the an- cient abode of the Lombards, the word is preserved (arg an) ■= poltrone. The Sp. word could hardly come from the Gk. ccQyog. Davebtokyo 12:20, 12 June 2011 (UTC)

Could you please write this in English? Mglovesfun (talk) 12:26, 12 June 2011 (UTC)