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En­viar and En­voy

En­viar (Span­ish for “To send”) comes from the Latin for the same, in­viare. From that same root, we get the Eng­lish… en­voy. An en­voy just sends a mes­sage, af­ter all!

The e‑n-v root is self-ev­i­dent in both words. And the Latin in­viare comes from the root via for “road”, from which we get end­less Eng­lish words, in­clud­ing… via!


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