The "Car" Word

The "Car" Word


The word 'car' comes from the Latin word 'carrus', a two-wheeled wagon.


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The root of "car" is the Latin "carrus" meaning a two-wheeled wagon, but the Latin word itself has Celtic roots, and "car" arrived in English by a roundabout route through Old French and Anglo-Norman.


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