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From Patrono:Pro[[Category:ca:Patrono:Pro derivations|Joia]] [[joia#Patrono:Pro|joia]], from Late Latin gaudia, plural of the Classical Latin gaudium (joy).

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Joia f. (plural joies)

  1. joy

Etymology 2Modificar

From joiell, from Old French joiel, from Vulgar Latin *jocale, from Latin iocus (game; playing; joke).

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Joia f. (plural joies)

  1. jewel

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From Patrono:Pro[[Category:oc:Patrono:Pro derivations|Joia]] [[joia#Patrono:Pro|joia]], from Late Latin gaudia, plural of the Classical Latin gaudium (joy).

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Joia f. (plural Joias)

  1. joy

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Joia f. (plural joias)

  1. jewel

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