Origin and Etymology of circumambulate
Late Latin circumambulatus, past participle of circumambulare, from Latin circum- + ambulare to walk
First Known Use: 1606
Rhymes with circumambulate
circumnavigate, contraindicate, decontaminate, deteriorate, differentiate, disambiguate, disassociate, discombobulate, disorientate, disproportionate, excommunicate, expiration date, free-associate, hyperventilate, incapacitate, intermediate, interpenetrate, misappropriate, multivariate, overcompensate, overpopulate, ratiocinate, recapitulate, rehabilitate, renegotiate, superannuate, supersaturate, transubstantiate, underestimate
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