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volant (adjective), more volant, most volant
1. Relating to an animal or something engaging in flight or is capable of flying: Most birds, and even many insects, are volant creatures which have wings and move easily through the air.
2. Descriptive of a movement which is quick or nimble and is agile: Ted's volant cat was very fast while it was capturing a mouse that ran across the living room in his house.
3. Etymology: from Latin volare, "to fly".
Quick and nimble in movement.
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This entry is located in the following units: -ant, -ants (page 11) volan-, vola-, volat- (page 1)
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Scripta manent, verba volant.
When words are written, they remain; when they are spoken, they fly in the air.
This entry is located in the following units: scrib-, script-, -scribe, -scription, -scriptive (page 6) verbo-, verb-, verbi- (page 3)
Verba volant, scripta manent.
Spoken words fly away, written words remain.

Also translated as: "Spoken words fly through the air, but written words endure" or "Get it down on paper."

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