According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary:
Ubiquitous comes to us from the noun ubiquity, meaning „presence everywhere or in many places simultaneously.” Ubiquity first appeared in print in the late 16th century, but ubiquitousdidn’t make an appearance until 1830. (Another noun form, ubiquitousness, arrived around 1874.) Both words are ultimately derived from the Latin word for „everywhere,” which is ubique.
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