rhetoric (n.)
early 14c., Latin rhetorice, from Greek rhētorike tekhnē “art of an orator,” from rhētōr “master speaker, orator; artist of discourse”; related to rhema “word, phrase, verb,” literally “that which is spoken,” from PIE *wre-tor-, from root *were- (3) “to speak.” (via @philologio)

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