From Latin prōfluentia, from prōfluere ‘to flow forth’.
- (obsolete) Onward flow; current.
- (rare) The progression or flow (of time, events etc.).
- 1981: ‘They're mindless – even the best of them! – all bullying, no intelligence, no moral profluence, ergo no real history!’ — John Gardner, Freddy's Book (Abacus 1982, p. 26)