mugient

adjective
mu·​gi·​ent | \ ˈmyüjēənt\

Definition of mugient

: making a lowing sound : bellowing the mugient herds are turned out to pasture— Richard Amper

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History and Etymology for mugient

Latin mugient-, mugiens, present participle of mugire to bellow, moo; akin to Greek myzein to moan, Sanskrit muñjati, mojati he emits a sound, Latin mutus mute

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