Borrowed from Latin fūmigātus, past participle of fūmigō, from fūmus (“smoke”).
fumigate (third-person singular simple present fumigates, present participle fumigating, simple past and past participle fumigated)
- (transitive) To disinfect, purify, or rid of vermin with the fumes of certain chemicals.
2016, Ian McEwan, Nutshell, Vintage, page 87:
‘Pest control are coming too. They’ll be fumigating the place.’
- second-person plural present indicative of fumigare
- second-person plural imperative of fumigare
- feminine plural of the past participle of fumigare
- second-person plural present active imperative of fūmigō