From Old French, it went to Portuguese which gave it to Indian languages as peon : one who walks ahead of the master, a factotum.
She was a smart mechanic, but she was still a mere peon to the vassal that owned her.
Spanish-speaking peon laborers from Venezuela arrived in the nineteenth century to clear forests and work in cocoa cultivation.
Thus the Southern peon is not, in fact, and as an individual, as irrevocably bound to the wheel of industry as his Northern brother, since he may always escape to churldom.
After the 1979 revolution, they argued that women cannot be judges, and they made us all into peons in the ministry of justice.
The power you think you wield is limited to a few faithful peons .
When catalyzed with money, governmentium becomes administratium, an element that radiates just as much energy, since it has one-half as many peons but twice as many morons.
In 1901, the councillors gave up the privilege of having peons who used to accompany them during assessments and inspections.
After playing the game for 50 minutes, the computer will have successfully constructed one farm and three peons , each of which are harvesting lumber for no reason.
For the footsoldiers of such opposition are usually the same poor peons whose livelihood derives from cultivating cannabis or coca.