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Etymologie [ 'jo ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English jawe, jowe, geowe, alteration of Middle English *chawe, *cheowe (found only in early Modern English chawe, chaw (“jaw”)), representing unattested Old English *cēowe ( = Middle Dutch kauwe (“the jaw of a fish”), kouwe (“the cavity of the mouth”); German Keu; Dutch kieuw; Danish kjave (“jaw”)), from Old English cēowan (“to chew”). See chew. Alteration probably influenced by Middle English jolle, chaul (“jowl”), which it replaced. See also jowl.