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prefix: circum-
  1. about; around.


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    Middle English circumvolucioun, from Medieval Latiolun circumvolution-, circumvolutio, from Latin circumvolvere to revolve, from circum- + volvere to roll — more at voluble
    First Known Use: 15th century

     Definition of VOLUBLE

    :  easily rolling or turning :  rotating
    :  characterized by ready or rapid speech :  glib, fluent

    Definition of VOLUTE

    :  a spiral or scroll-shaped form

    Origin of VOLUTE

    Latin voluta, from feminine of volutus, past participle of volvere to roll — more at voluble
    First Known Use: circa 1696

    Rhymes with VOLUTE



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