Invoice – People who go to the road

Invoice – ‘a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these’.
The word comes from the French word ‘envois’ meaning ‘to send’, it’s also, where we get the word ‘envoy’ from. ‘Envois’ is a variant of the early Latin word ‘inviare’, the ‘in’ part meaning ‘on’ and the ‘via’ part meaning ‘road’, the ‘re’ part here, signifies that it’s a term applied to people.

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