How did mittō (to send) semantically shift 🢂 in Vulgar Latin 🡺 to mean "put"?
Wiktionary allegates that, for the Latin mittō (“to send”),
The semantic shift from "send" to "put" probably occurred in Vulgar Latin.
What semantic notions underlie "send" and "put"? I can't brainstorm any relationship between the two, even after reading this word map or narrative.