pendular[pĕnˈjə-lər, pĕnˈdyə-, -də-]
pendular definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Of or resembling the motion of a pendulum; swinging back and forth.
Variant of pendulum
a body hung from a fixed point so as to swing freely to and fro under the combined forces of gravity and momentum: often used in regulating the movement of clocks
Origin: Modern Latin ; from neuter of Classical Latin pendulus: see pendulous
- pendular adjective