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Etymology of the English word DVD

the English word DVD
derived from the English word Digital Versatile Disc
derived from the English word disc
derived from the Late Latin word discus (disc; disk, disc; discus; paten; high table; measure)
derived from the Greek word diskos, δίσκος
derived from the Greek word dikein
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *deik- (to show, to pronounce solemnly; to throw)
derived from the English word versatile
derived from the Latin word versatilis (revolving, having many sides; revolving; versatile)
derived from the Latin word versatus
using the Latin suffix -ilis (-ile)
derived from the Latin word versari (move about; live, dwell)
derived from the Latin word vertere (to turn; turn, turn around; change)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *wer-
derived from the English word digital
derived from the Latin word digitalis (measuring a finger's breadth; of, belonging to a finger)
derived from the Latin word digitus (finger; digit, interlocked by finger-like processes; finger; finger; toe; finger's breadth)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *deik- (to show, to pronounce solemnly; to throw)
using the Latin suffix -alis




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