Portuguese word janela comes from Latin Ianus (The god Janus.).
Janela detailed word origin explanation
|Ianus || Latin (lat) ||The god Janus. |
|ianua || Latin (lat) ||Any double-doored entrance (e.g. a domestic door or a gate to a temple or city). |
|*januella || Vulgar Latin (la-vul) || |
|janella || Old Portuguese (roa-opt) ||Window. |
|janela || Portuguese (por) ||Third-person singular (ele and ela, also used with você and others) present indicative of janelar Ele janela. He stands by the window. second-person singular (tu, sometimes used with você) affirmative imperative of janelar Tu aí, janela sozinho. You there, stand by the window by yourself. Window. |