Associations to the word «Swarm»
SWARM, noun. A large number of insects, especially when in motion or (for bees) migrating to a new colony.
SWARM, noun. A mass of people, animals or things in motion or turmoil.
SWARM, noun. (computing) A group of nodes sharing the same torrent in a BitTorrent network.
SWARM, verb. (intransitive) To move as a swarm.
SWARM, verb. (intransitive) To teem, or be overrun with insects, people, etc.
SWARM, verb. (transitive) To fill a place as a swarm.
SWARM, verb. (transitive) To overwhelm as by an opposing army.
SWARM, verb. To climb by gripping with arms and legs alternately.
SWARM, verb. To breed multitudes.
SWARM SPORE, noun. A zoospore
SWARM SPORES, noun. Plural of swarm spore
SWARM, noun. A moving crowd.
SWARM, noun. A group of many things in the air or on the ground; "a swarm of insects obscured the light"; "clouds of blossoms"; "it discharged a cloud of spores".
SWARM, verb. Be teeming, be abuzz; "The garden was swarming with bees"; "The plaza is teeming with undercover policemen"; "her mind pullulated with worries".
SWARM, verb. Move in large numbers; "people were pouring out of the theater"; "beggars pullulated in the plaza".
Wisdom does not show itself so much in precept as in life - in firmness of mind and a mastery of appetite. It teaches us to do, as well as talk, and to make our words and actions all of a color.