essaimer

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Etymology[edit]

From essaim (swarm). Cf. older échemer. Less likely from Vulgar Latin exāminō, exāmināre, from Latin exāmen. Compare Italian sciamare, Catalan eixamar, Spanish enjambrar, Portuguese enxamear.

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essaimer

  1. (of bees) to swarm
    Ces abeilles ont essaimé.
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  2. (figuratively, of people) to swarm (to go in a massive group)

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