From Middle English subget, from Old French suget, from Latin subiectus ("lying under or near, adjacent, also subject, exposed"), as a noun, subiectus, subiectum, past participle of subiciō, from sub + iaciō, as a calque of Ancient Greek ὑποκείμενον.
From Latin subiectus ("a subject, an inferior"), subiectum, past participle of subiciō, from sub + iaciō.
From Medieval Latin subiectō, iterative of subiciō, from sub + iaciō.
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