Origin of glomerateClassical Latin glomeratus, past participle of glomerare, to wind or make into a ball from glomus, a ball, sphere, akin to globus, globe
Origin of glomerateLatin glomerātus past participle of glomerāre to wind into a ball from glomus glomer- ball
(third-person singular simple present glomerates, present participle glomerating, simple past and past participle glomerated)
- Gathered together in a roundish mass or dense cluster; conglomerate.
Latin glomeratus, past participle of glomerare (“to glomerate”).