Definition of advolution in English:

advolution

noun

rare
  • The process of developing in a specific direction or towards a particular end; an instance of this. Now rare.

Origin

Early 18th century (in an earlier sense). Originally from post-classical Latin advolution-, advolutio action of rolling towards, prostration, rotation from classical Latin advolūt-, past participial stem of advolvere to roll to or towards, (reflexive or passive) to prostrate oneself before, grovel at (from ad- + volvere) + -iō.

Pronunciation:

advolution

/ˌadvəˈl(j)uːʃn/