verb (used without object), bom·bi·nat·ed, bom·bi·nat·ing.
Origin of bombinate
Examples from the Web for bombination
The fololwing of a conata, like the bombination of a chimæra, apparently puts some strain upon the attention of an audience.
British Dictionary definitions for bombination
Word Origin for bombinate
Word Origin and History for bombination (1 of 2)
"make a buzzing noise," 1865, from Latin bombinare, corrupted from bombitare "to hum, buzz," from bombus "a deep, hollow sound; hum, buzz," echoic. Related: Bombinated; bombinating.