Cable

Cable comes from an English surname, an occupational name for someone who was a maker of ropes. It comes from Late Latin capulum (lasso rope, halter) which derives from a PIE root word meaning “to grab; to seize”. Cable is also a word referring to a strong heavy rope or insulated metal wires made used for electrical…

Princess

Princess is the feminine equivalent of Prince, referring to the daughter of a king. It comes from the same root as Prince, from Latin princeps meaning “first, foremost; chief, distinguished” made up from Proto-Italic *priisemos (first, foremost) derived from a PIE root word; and the suffix *-kaps (to take, seize) also derived from a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Male forms: Prince (English)  

Prince

Prince comes from the name of a royal title, referring to a male son or grandson of a king or queen. It’s also been used to refer to someone who is outstanding in a particular group or class or someone who possesses fine or admirable traits. The name comes from Latin princeps meaning “first, foremost; chief, distinguished”…