Definition of perfluent in US English:

perfluent

adjective

rare
  • Flowing through; having the quality of flowing through. Now Heraldry.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Nehemiah Grew (a1641–1712), botanist and physician. From classical Latin perfluent-, perfluēns, present participle of perfluere to flow through from per- + fluere to flow.

Pronunciation

perfluent

/pəˈflʊənt/