Understand “Revenue” through Etymology

The Etymology of “Revenue”

The word “revenue” comes from the Latin parts “re” (back) & “ven” (to come). “Revenue” is that (part of our investment) which comes back to us.

Cognates: Other derivatives from “ven” include convent, adventure, invent, circumvent, etc.

The Etymology of Revenue


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