I wrote, :"La embajadora" - cannot ambassadors be women? In the same way that police can be men.
Did 'embajador' derive from 'bajo/a'? Do ambassadors have to be 'short' or 'under' something or maybe 'softly spoken'?
Embajador derives from the word embajada (embassy), which comes from the ancient occitan word ambaissada, which comes from the latin word ambactia which ultimately comes from the gaulish word ambactus, 'server'.
Thank you for that, abs1973. An Oxford Dictionary of English also suggests that ambassador derives from ambactus but says that is a Latin term, meaning "servant".
Los embajadores del Supreme Chancellor han llegado....
Audio sounds like "endajador".
Embajador, eres nos mimando!
If this is a consular ship, ¿dónde está el embajador?