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Etymology edit

Latin praepollens, past participle of praepollere (to surpass in power).

Adjective edit


  1. Having superior influence or power; prevailing; predominant.
    • 1686, Robert Boyle, A Free Enquiry into the Vulgarly Received Notion of Nature:
      But the prepollent Gravity of some, being sufficient to give comparative Lightness or Gravity to Bodies, we must deny Nature this Prerogative.

Noun edit

prepollent (plural prepollents)

  1. An extra first digit, or rudiment of a digit, on the preaxial side of the pollex.

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