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volant

adjective vo·lant \ˈvō-lənt\

Definition of VOLANT

1
:  having the wings extended as if in flight —used of a heraldic bird
2
:  flying or capable of flying
3
:  quick, nimble

Origin of VOLANT

Middle French, from Latin volant-, volans, present participle of volare to fly
First Known Use: 1572

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