Definition of


  1. (adj, all) with wings extended in a flying position

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Origin of the word Volant

  1. "flying," 1509, from M.Fr., from L. volantem (nom. volans), prp. of volare "to fly," of unknown origin. Fr. voler, lit. "to fly," in 16c. acquired a sense of "to steal," via the trans. meaning "to make fly." more

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Words that sound like Volant

valent, valiant, violent, violent death, volume unit, volumed, volund

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