erumpent e*rum"pent, a. [L. erumpens, -entis, p. pr. of erumpere.] (Bot.) Breaking out; -- said of certain fungi which burst through the texture of leaves. [1913 Webster]

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  • erumpent — erumpént adj. m., pl. erumpénţi; f. sg. erumpéntă, pl. erumpénte Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic  ERUMPÉNT, Ă adj. (despre fructe) care se deschide brusc prin rupere. (< lat …   Dicționar Român

  • erumpent — [ē rum′pənt] adj. [< L erumpens, prp. of erumpere, to burst forth: see ERUPT] Bot. bursting out, as certain spores, seeds, etc …   English World dictionary

  • erumpent — ə̇ˈrəmpənt, ēˈ adjective Etymology: Latin erumpent , erumpens, present participle of erumpere 1. : tending to grow out vigorously from a substrate so as to burst through or rise above its surface certain erumpent fungi that parasitize leaves 2.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • erumpent — /i rum peuhnt/, adj. 1. bursting forth. 2. (of fungi or algae) prominent; projecting from or bursting through host tissue. [1640 50; < L erumpent (s. of erumpens), prp. of erumpere, equiv. to e E + rumpere to break; see ENT] * * * …   Universalium

  • erumpent — adjective Which emerges, or bursts through. The sun spun aloft, an erumpent orb of balling glory thrilling the blue sky with its brilliance …   Wiktionary

  • erumpent — e•rum•pent [[t]ɪˈrʌm pənt[/t]] adj. bot fng bursting forth, as seeds or spores • Etymology: 1640–50; < L ērumpent ; see erupt …   From formal English to slang

  • erumpent — /əˈrʌmpənt/ (say uh rumpuhnt), /i / (say ee ) adjective 1. bursting forth. 2. Botany prominent, as if bursting through the epidermis. {Latin ērumpent , stem of present participle of ērumpere burst forth} …   Australian English dictionary

  • erumpent — erum·pent …   English syllables

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