One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A messenger or mediator between two parties; especially (in early use) an intermediary between God and mankind.
2Roman Catholic Church. A papal envoy to a foreign court or government; = internuncio. Now chiefly historical and rare.
3A diplomatic representative of a foreign government at the court of the Ottoman sultan; especially a representative of the Austrian Empire; = internuncio. Now historical and rare.
Mid 17th century. From classical Latin internuntius messenger, intermediary from inter- + nuntius.
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