reboant

reboant

[reb-oh-uhnt]
adjective
resounding or reverberating loudly.

Origin:
1820–30; < Latin reboant- (stem of reboāns, present participle of reboāre to resound), equivalent to re- re- + bo(āre) to cry aloud (cognate with Greek boân) + -ant- -ant

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