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bajo (Adjective; Adverb) "short," "low"

13th cent. From Latin bassus "base;" "fat." Borrowed from Ancient Greek βαρύς (barys) "heavy," "low." From Proto-Indo-European *gwr̥h2-u- 'id.' From *gwreh2- "to be heavy" (whence grave).

Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: Asturian baxu, Portuguese baixo, Galician baixo, Catalan baix, French bas, Italian basso

Italic: Latin gravis "heavy," Oscan bravús 'id.'

Indo-European: Germanic: Gothic kaurjos "heavy;" Indo-Iranian: Sanskrit gurú- "heavy"