Found 3 items, similar to swarm.
English → Indonesian
ambyuk, gerumut, kawan, kawanan
English → English
n 1: a moving crowd [syn: drove
2: a group of many insects; “a swarm of insects obscured the
; “a cloud of butterflies”
v 1: be teeming, be abuzz; “The garden was swarming with bees”
“The plaza is teeming with undercover policemen”
mind pullulated with worries”
2: move in large numbers; “people were pouring out of the
; “beggars pullulated in the plaza”
English → English
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Swarmed
; p. pr. & vb. n.
1. To collect, and depart from a hive by flight in a body; --
said of bees; as, bees swarm in warm, clear days in
2. To appear or collect in a crowd; to throng together; to
congregate in a multitude. --Chaucer.
3. To be crowded; to be thronged with a multitude of beings
Every place swarms with soldiers. --Spenser.
4. To abound; to be filled (with). --Atterbury.
5. To breed multitudes.
Not so thick swarmed once the soil
Bedropped with blood of Gorgon. --Milton.
, v. i. [Cf. Swerve
To climb a tree, pole, or the like, by embracing it with the
arms and legs alternately. See Shin
At the top was placed a piece of money, as a prize for
those who could swarm up and seize it. --W. Coxe.
, n. [OE. swarm, AS. swearm; akin to D. zwerm, G.
schwarm, OHG. swaram, Icel. svarmr a tumult, Sw. sv["a]rm a
swarm, Dan. sv[ae]rm, and G. schwirren to whiz, to buzz, Skr.
svar to sound, and perhaps to E. swear. [root]177. Cf.
1. A large number or mass of small animals or insects,
especially when in motion. “A deadly swarm of hornets.”
2. Especially, a great number of honeybees which emigrate
from a hive at once, and seek new lodgings under the
direction of a queen; a like body of bees settled
permanently in a hive. “A swarm of bees.”
3. Hence, any great number or multitude, as of people in
motion, or sometimes of inanimate objects; as, a swarm of
Those prodigious swarms that had settled themselves
in every part of it [Italy]. --Addison.
Syn: Multitude; crowd; throng.
, v. t.
To crowd or throng. --Fanshawe.