- clamorous; noisy
- demanding attention; urgent
Origin of clamantClassical Latin clamans (gen. clamantis), present participle of clamare: see clamor
- Clamorous; loud.
- Demanding attention; pressing.
Origin of clamantLatin clamans, clamant-, present participle of clamare, to cry out; see kel&schwa;-2 in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more clamant, superlative most clamant)
- Crying earnestly; beseeching clamorously.