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meaning: (Noun) Swarm, horde, mass, multitude (a large number of moving people, animals or other objects).Swarm, horde, mass, multitude (a large number of moving people, animals or other objects).
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Esperanto word svarmo comes from Proto-Indo-European *swer-, and later Proto-Germanic *swarmaz (Dizziness. Swarm.).
Svarmo detailed word origin explanation
|*swer- || Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) ||to speak, talk, to cut, pierce, fester, ‘fester, suppurate’ later ‘pierce, wound’, to protect, to guard |
|*swarmaz || Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) ||Dizziness. Swarm. |
|swearm || Old English (ang) ||Swarm. |
|swarm || Middle English (enm) || |
|swarm || English (eng) ||(intransitive) To move as a swarm.. (intransitive) To teem, or be overrun with insects, people, etc.. (transitive) To fill a place as a swarm.. (transitive) To overwhelm as by an opposing army.. To breed multitudes.. To climb by gripping with arms and legs alternately. (computing) A group of nodes sharing the same torrent in a BitTorrent network.. A large number of insects, especially when [...] |
|svarmo || Esperanto (epo) ||Swarm, horde, mass, multitude (a large number of moving people, animals or other objects). |
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