OVERFLOW, verb transitive
1. To spread over, as water; to inundate; to cover with water or other fluid.
2. To fill beyond the brim.
3. To deluge; to overwhelm; to cover, as with numbers.
The northern nations overflowed all christendom.
OVERFLOW, verb intransitive
1. To run over; to swell and run over the brim or banks.
2. To be abundant; to abound; to exuberate; as overflowing plenty.
O'VERFLOW, noun An inundation; also, superabundance.