Origin of latigo
(plural latigos or latigoes)
From Spanish lÃ¡tigo (“whip"), from Catalan or Portuguese lÃ¡tego (“whip"), probably from Gothic *ðŒ»ðŒ°ðŒ¹ð„ð„ðŒ¿ðŒ² (laittug), cognate with Old English lÄttÄ“h.
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