simular

noun
sim·u·lar | \ˈsim-yə-lər, -ˌlär\

Definition of simular 

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archaic

: one that simulates : dissembler

simular

adjective

Definition of simular (Entry 2 of 2)

archaic

First Known Use of simular

Noun

1526, in the meaning defined above

Adjective

circa 1610, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for simular

Noun

irregular from Latin simulare to simulate

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