yugular

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Medieval Latin jugularis, previously iugularis, from iugulum (neck).

Adjective[edit]

yugular m, f (plural yugulares)

  1. jugular
    vena yugular
    jugular vein

Noun[edit]

yugular f (plural yugulares)

  1. (anatomy) jugular

Etymology 2[edit]

From Latin iugulāre, present active infinitive of iugulō (slay, slit throat).

Verb[edit]

yugular (first-person singular present yugulo, first-person singular preterite yugulé, past participle yugulado)

  1. to cut someone's throat
  2. to cut off
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