volitorial

adjective
vol·​i·​to·​ri·​al | \¦välə¦tōrēəl\

Definition of volitorial 

: able to fly : flying

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History and Etymology for volitorial

New Latin volitor bird able to fly (from Latin volitare to fly about + -or) + English -ial

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