Moving quickly or lightly, as though flying; nimble.
Origin of volant
Latin volānsvolant-present participle ofvolāreto flySense 3, from French from Old French present participle ofvolerto flyfrom Latin volāre
de Lucy that there is a general law, to the effect that the larger the volant animal, the smaller, by comparison, are its flying surfaces.
that degree of elevating and sustaining power which is necessary to prevent undue exertion on the part of the volant animal.
To fly has always been an object of ambition with man; nor will this occasion surprise when we remember the marvellous freedom enjoyed by volant as compared with non-volant animals.
[[Adaptive Types Of Limbs And Feet Volant]] Short-limbed, plantigrade, Ambulatory pentadactyl, unguicuOR late Stem [[Terrestrial Adaptive Types Of Teeth]] Stem Insectivorous Law Of The Independent Adaptive Evolution Of Parts.