MEANING: noun: Scope, range, limit, or boundary.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin ambitus (going around), from ambire (to go around), from ambi- (both, around) + ire (to go). Ultimately from the Indo-European root ei- (to go), which also gave us exit, transit, circuit, itinerary, obituary, adit, and arrant. Earliest documented use: 1398.

AMBILT - completed in not just a day, but in a single morning. Unlike Rome.

AMFIT - a proclamation of one's excellent physical condition

AMOBIT - like he used to love, sorta, like, in Old Rome