flotant

adjective
flo·tant | \ ˈflōtᵊnt \

Definition of flotant 

heraldry

: flying in air a galley, sails furled, pennon flotant

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History and Etymology for flotant

French flottant floating, from present participle of flotter to float, from Old French floter, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English flotian to float

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