verb (used without object), di·va·gat·ed, di·va·gat·ing.

  1. to wander; stray.
  2. to digress in speech.


  1. (intr) rare to digress or wander

1590s, from Latin divagatus, past participle of divagari “to wander about,” from di(s)- “apart” (see dis-) + vagari “to wander, ramble” (see vague). Related: Divagated; divagating.

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