Etymology
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undulant (adj.)

1830, from Latin undulantem (nominative undulans), from unda "a wave," from PIE *unda-, nasalized form of root *wed- (1) "water; wet."

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Definitions of undulant

undulant (adj.)
resembling waves in form or outline or motion;
Synonyms: undulatory
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