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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
verb intr.: To buzz or hum.
From Latin bombinare, from bombilare (to hum, buzz), from Latin bombus (humming), from Greek bombos (booming, humming). Earliest documented use: 1880. A perfect synonym is bombilate.
“He hummed a ditty to himself and realized he could bombinate twice as loud in a void thrice as great as his head.”
Nidhi Singh; In Perpetual Dread of Happiness; Bards and Sages Quarterly (Bellmawr, New Jersey); Apr 2017.
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