name 'nduja is connected to two other particular types of sausage made from meat and spices, the Piedmontese salam dla duja and the French andouille, from which the' nduja takes its name.
All these terms originate from the Latin "inductilia" ("things ready to be introduced", from "inducere"). Less common variants are the Italian form anduglia and other dialectal forms such as anduja, 'ndugghia,' nduda .
The name should be pronounced by articulating the semiconsonant j as a voiced postalveolar fricative [ʒ], ie as the initial j of "jour" ("day" in French).
This phonetics is typical of the Poro plateau and the municipality of Spilinga, although in common use there is now a generalized tendency to "Italianise" the pronunciation of the term by articulating the semiconsonant j as a deaf palatal approximant, that is like the initial of "yesterday".
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