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hoja f. (Noun) "page," "sheet of paper"

Old Spanish foja. From Latin folia "leaves." Originally a neuter plural noun (sing. folium) but reanalyzed as a feminine singular on the basis of the -a ending. From Proto-Italic *folio- "leaf." From Proto-Indo-European *dholH-i̯o- 'id.'

Also the origin of the surnames Hojo, Hojas, Hojeda, and Hojedo.

Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: Asturian fueya, Portuguese folha, Galician folla, Catalan fulla, French feuille, Italian foglia; Eastern Vulgar Latin: Aromanian foalji, Romanian foaie; Sardinian: fógiu

Indo-European: Celtic: Gaulish pempe-doula "Pontentilla" (lit. 'five-leaves'), Middle Irish duilne "leaf," Middle Welsh deil "foliage," Old Breton dol "leaves," Old Cornish delen "leaf;" Germanic: Old English dile "dill" (English dill); Albanian: dal "I emerge;" Armenian: dalar "green;" Hellenic: Ancient Greek θάλος (thálos) "sprout;"