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agro m. (Noun) "field"

Very late 16th cent. From Latin ager 'id.' From Proto-Italic *agro- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *h2eǵ-ro- 'id.'

Italic: Umbrian ager "field," South Picene akren "on the land"

Indo-European: Germanic: Gothic akrs "field," Old Norse akr 'id.,' Old High German ackar 'id.,' Old Saxon akkar 'id.,' English acre; Hellenic: Ancient Greek ἀγρός (agrós) "field," Mycenaean a-ko-ro 'id.;' Armenian: art "field;" Indo-Iranian: Sanskrit ájra- "field"