- to buzz or hum
Etymology: From mediíval Latin bombinare "buzz", from Latin bombus, from Greek "booming, humming", of imitatory origin.
- 1973: So full a ship, so close-packed a world, moving urgently along, surrounded by its own vacuum; each man bombinating in his own, no doubt. " Patrick O'Brian, HMS Surprise
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