[puhl-yuh-leyt] /ˈpʌl yəˌleɪt/
verb (used without object), pullulated, pullulating.
to send forth sprouts, buds, etc.; germinate; sprout.
to breed, produce, or create rapidly.
to increase rapidly; multiply.
to exist abundantly; swarm; teem.
to be produced as offspring.
(of animals, etc) to breed rapidly or abundantly; teem; swarm
(of plants or plant parts) to sprout, bud, or germinate
1640s, noun of action from pullulate.
1610s, from Latin pullulatus, past participle of pullulare “put forth, grow, sprout, shoot up, come forth,” from pullulus, diminutive of pullus “young animal” (see foal (n.)). Related: Pullulated; pullulating.
[poo l-uhp] /ˈpʊlˌʌp/ noun 1. an exercise consisting of chinning oneself, as on a horizontal bar attached at each end to a doorpost. 2. a flight maneuver in which an aircraft climbs sharply from level flight.
[puhl-uh s] /ˈpʌl əs/ noun, plural pulli [puhl-ahy] /ˈpʌl aɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. a young bird; a chick. /ˈpʊləs/ noun 1. a technical term for a chick or young bird
[string] /strɪŋ/ noun 1. a slender cord or thick thread used for binding or tying; line. 2. something resembling a cord or thread. 3. Also called cosmic string. Physics. a mathematical entity used to represent elementary particles, as gravitons, quarks, or leptons, in terms of a small but finite stringlike object existing in the four […]