pullulate

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From the Latin pullulātus, perfect passive participle of pullulō ‎(sprout forth), from pullulus ‎(a young animal, a sprout), diminutive of pullus.

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pullulate ‎(third-person singular simple present pullulates, present participle pullulating, simple past and past participle pullulated)

  1. To rapidly multiply.
  2. To germinate.
  3. To teem with; to be filled with.

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