How do you roll?
The Indo-European word meaning to roll is *wel-. It was constructed by etymologists based on evidence from Sanskrit, Greek, Lithuanian, Old Church Slavonic, Latin, Old Irish, Old High German, Old English, & more.
Its offspring are legion. Here is a small sampling:
revolve — to roll back
devolve — to roll down
involve — to roll into
evolve — to unroll
revolt — to roll over
convoluted — to roll together
volume — originally a roll of parchment containing writing
whelk — a marine snail with a spiraling (rolling) shell
willow — a tree — imagine a storybook weeping willow, with branches that enclose anyone standing near the trunk, foliage that rolls around that person
wallow — originally, a disturbed spot in the soil where some animal had rolled around
wallet — originally a bag or knapsack holding one’s bedroll
waltz — in1825 the waltz was considered a riotous and indecent German dance involving the gentlemen seizing the ladies around their waists — involving not only a circular rolling pattern on the dance floor, but the nimble rolling of the ball of the foot.
Comment or not, depending on how you roll.