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 What language does the word"visa"come from?

Answer The word "visa" is derived from "charta visa," a phrase in New Latin that meant "paper that has been verified." The original Latin word is "videre," meaning "to see." The French adopted the word "v... Read More »
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What language does the word"caucus"come from?

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YouTube shows up in the wrong language on my computer. Does anyone know how to change the language to English?

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What language did the word cummerbund come from?

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