English/Spanish Cognate of the Day

yun

English

dyad n.- Two individuals or units regarded as a pair

Spanish

díada

Etymology

1670s, from Latin dyad-, stem of dyas, from Greek dyas “the number two, a group of two,” from duo “two”

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