From Latin flocculus, diminutive of floccus (“lock, tuft”).
flocculate (third-person singular simple present flocculates, present participle flocculating, simple past and past participle flocculated)
- (transitive, intransitive) To collect together in a loose aggregation like flocks (tufts) of wool.
flocculate (not comparable)
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