And carry basically comes from carricare, which is Latin for to cart (obviously from carrus = cart/carriage)
And vehicle is from Latin vehere, to carry. and it gives us the word wagon.
The words vehere, bear, ferry, fuehren perhaps, are all linked, afaicr. As is Latin ferre.
Barca is late Latin, and is possibly from the Greek word baris which is a flat-bottomed boat/barge type thing usually for carrying heavy loads on flat water. As someone said, a barcarole is a boat song.
You can get all this from a good English dictionary such as Chambers (there's a second hand paperback one on amazon dot com for 2 dollars, glassy, hint hint!). I have Greek and Latin lexica, but they are too cumbersome for me to want to look more fully into these words. e.g. the difference between ferre and vehere. Fero is from greek phero, carry/bear. Lewis and Short are coy about vehere. If it's linked to greek ochos, carriage, then that must have lost its waw (digamma). Haven't got the enery to take LSJ down from the shelf.
No-one make the mistake of thinking Sanskrit will help you in understanding Greek or Latin! It is related, but it will help about as much as Greek will help with Dutch.
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