Volar (Spanish for “to fly”) and its sister vuelo (“flight”) come from the Latin for the same, volare.
From this Latin root, we get the English volley — a volleyball really does fly, doesn’t it? — as well as the English volatile, which is something flying in the sense of being fleeting: it is flying away, time flies.
The v-l root is so obvious in all, that it’s almost not worth mentioning!
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