Etymology
Advertisement
susurrant (adj.)
1791, from Latin susurrantem (nominative susurrans), present participle of susurrare "to hum, murmur" (see susurration). Susurrous (adj.) is from 1824.
Related entries & more 
Advertisement
coagulant (n.)

"substance that produces coagulation," 1770, from Latin coagulantem (nominative coagulans), present participle of coagulare "cause to curdle" (see coagulate).

Related entries & more 
unanimity (n.)
mid-15c., from Old French unanimite (14c.), from Late Latin unanimitatem (nominative unanimitas) "unanimity, concord," from unanimus (see unanimous).
Related entries & more 
stupefaction (n.)
early 15c., from Medieval Latin stupefactionem (nominative stupefactio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin stupefacere (see stupefy).
Related entries & more 
trave (n.)
late 14c., from Old French traf "crossbeam," from Latin trabem (nominative trabs) "beam," from PIE *treb- "dwelling" (see tavern).
Related entries & more 
Advertisement
supervention (n.)
1640s, from Late Latin superventionem (nominative superventio), noun of action from past participle stem of supervenire "come in addition to" (see supervene).
Related entries & more 
inebriation (n.)
1520s, from Late Latin inebriationem (nominative inebriatio) "drunkenness," noun of action from past participle stem of inebriare "make drunk" (see inebriate).
Related entries & more 
osculation (n.)

"a kissing; a kiss," 1650s, from Latin osculationem (nominative osculatio) "a kissing," noun of action from past-participle stem of osculari "to kiss" (see osculate).

Related entries & more 
triangulation (n.)
1809, from French triangulation, from Medieval Latin triangulationem (mid-12c., nominative triangulatio), noun of action from Latin *triangulare, from triangulum (see triangle).
Related entries & more 
fatuity (n.)

1640s, from French fatuité (14c.), from Latin fatuitatem (nominative fatuitas) "foolishness, folly," from fatuus "foolish, insipid" (see fatuous).

Related entries & more 

Page 5