vagile

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adjective vag·ile \ˈva-jəl, -ˌjī(-ə)l\

Definition of vagile

  1. :  free to move about vagile organisms

vagility

play \və-ˈji-lə-tē, va-\ noun

Origin and Etymology of vagile

borrowed from German vagil, from Latin vagus “wandering, roaming” + German -il (in sessil sessile) — more at vague


First Known Use: circa 1890

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