There are many English words with two different core etymologies, often Latin + Greek. For example:
Claustrophobia – from the Latin claustrum meaning "confined space" and Greek φόβος (phobos) meaning "fear".
Are there English words with multiple different roots? I'm okay counting Latin differently from Romance, for example, as the path to English is different. I wouldn't count words that are Germanic as from anything other than "Germanic". It doesn't feel like a borrowing unless we got it from somewhere distinct other than "straight up through the family tree"
I know you can add an "-ic" to words, which comes through French, or "-al" which is through French < Latin < Etruscan. "rechanneling" is "re-" from French, "channel" from French via a bunch to Sumerian, "-ing" from English/Germanic
Any ones that aren't just adding something small like that?