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Doubts about the etymology[edit]

What are those weird latin terms?

There's a simple latin word, intrare, intro, intravi, intratum, which means "enter" and nothing else. I'm convinced the french term "entrer" comes from it (French is my native language), and I guess it's the same for the english term.

You are not being clear. Which word in which language are you talking about. There is the English word enter, the French word enter (to graft, to implant), and the Catalan word enter. —Stephen 19:40, 6 November 2007 (UTC)