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The word veteran comes from the Latin root vetus, which means “old”. Other interesting words that share its etymology include inveterate, veteranize, and the obsolete (but cool) veterascent. This past Tuesday, Americans celebrated Veterans Day and the rest of the world celebrated Armistice/Remembrance Day. I had the day … Continue reading