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interfluent

[ in-ter-floo-uhnt ]
/ ˌɪn tərˈflu ənt /
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adjective
flowing into one another; intermingling.
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Origin of interfluent

First recorded in 1645–55, interfluent is from the Latin word interfluent- (stem of interfluēns). See inter-, fluent

OTHER WORDS FROM interfluent

in·ter·flu·ence, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for interfluent

interfluent
/ (ɪnˈtɜːflʊənt) /

adjective
flowing together; merging

Word Origin for interfluent

C17: from Latin interfluere, from inter- + fluere to flow
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