dooced etymology

English word dooced comes from Latin duos, and later Old French deus (Two.)

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Detailed word origin of dooced

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
duos Latin (lat)
deus Old French (fro) Two.
deuce English (eng) (baseball) A curveball.. (cards) A card with two spots, one of four in a standard deck of playing cards.. (dice) A cast of dice totalling two.. (dice) A side of a die with two spots.. (in the plural) 2-barrel (twin choke) carburetors (in the phrase 3 deuces: an arrangement on a common intake manifold).. (restaurants) A table seating two diners.. (slang) A piece of excrement.. (tennis) A tie [...]
dooced English (eng) (dated, dialect) Deuced.

Words with the same origin as dooced

Descendants of duos