adjective in·ter·flu·ent \-nt\

Definition of interfluent

  1. :  flowing between or among :  passing into one another as if by a natural flow :  intermingling

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Origin and Etymology of interfluent

Latin interfluent-, interfluens, present participle of interfluere to flow between, from inter- + fluere to flow — more at fluid

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