The word for today is SUPERFLUOUS. This sounds like a double meaning entry but it is not. If a cup overflows, if cash is spilling out of your pocket, if data spills out of your memory, if you are using too many words instead of being terse – it means – to be SUPERFLUOUS. The Latin verb – FLUO, FLUERE, FLUXI, FLUCTUS means TO FLOW. The prefix or preposition – SUPER means ABOVE or BEYOND or OVER.
Related words are:
AFFLUENT / AFFLUENCE – TO FLOW TOWARD (ad – to, toward)
INFLUENCE – TO FLOW INTO (in – in, on, into)
CONFLUENCE – TO FLOW TOGETHER (cum, con – with, together)
EFFLUENCE – TO FLOW OUT (ex – out of, out from)
FLUCTUATE – TO FLOW
FLUX – FLOWING