transitive verb
suf·​flam·​i·​nate | \ səˈflaməˌnāt\

Definition of sufflaminate

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History and Etymology for sufflaminate

Latin sufflaminatus, past participle of sufflaminare to check, brake, from sufflamin-, sufflamen brake, from sub- + (assumed) Latin flagmen, flamen chock, prop; akin to Old English balca ridge

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