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Oxford dictionary definition of the word jail:
a place for the confinement of people accused or convicted of a crime:
he spent 15 years in jail
a jail sentence
put (someone) in jail:
the driver was jailed for two years
Middle English: based on Latin cavea (see cage). The word came into English in two forms, jaiole from Old French and gayole from Anglo-Norman French gaole (surviving in the spelling gaol), originally pronounced with a hard g, as in goat