Immerge
Immerge Im*merge", v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Immerged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Immerging}.] [L. immergere; pref. im- in + mergere to dip, plunge: cf. F. immerger. See {Merge}, and cf. {Immerse}.] To plungel into, under, or within anything especially a fuid; to dip; to immerse. See {Immerse}. [1913 Webster]

We took . . . lukewarm water, and in it immerged a quantity of the leaves of senna. --Boyle. [1913 Webster]

Their souls are immerged in matter. --Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster]


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  • immergé — immergé, ée [ imɛrʒe ] adj. • 1648; de immerger ♦ Plongé, noyé dans un liquide, dans la mer. Câble immergé. ⇒ sous marin. Parties immergées d un navire. Plantes immergées, qui croissent sous l eau. Terres immergées. ⇒ inondé. ♢ Par anal. Astron.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • immergé — immergé, ée (i mmèr jé, jée) part. passé d immerger. 1°   Qui est plongé dans l eau. •   Un tuyau immergé dans l eau, PASC. Pesant. de l air, V. 2°   Terme de botanique. Se dit de certaines plantes qui végètent entièrement plongées sous l eau.… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Immerge — Im*merge , v. i. To dissapear by entering into any medium, as a star into the light of the sun. [R.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • immerge — (v.) 1620s, immerse, plunge (rare), from L. immergere to dip, plunge (see IMMERSION (Cf. immersion)). Related: Immerged; immerging …   Etymology dictionary

  • immerge — [i mʉrj′] vt. immerged, immerging [L immergere: see IMMERSE] archaic var. of IMMERSE vi. to plunge or disappear, as in a liquid immergence n …   English World dictionary

  • immerge — See emerge, emerse, immerge. See emerge, emerse, immerge …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • immerge — (ˈ)i(m)|mərj verb Etymology: Latin immergere more at immerse transitive verb archaic : to plunge (something) into, under, or within a fluid or other medium : immerse …   Useful english dictionary

  • immerge — intransitive verb (immerged; immerging) Etymology: Latin immergere Date: 1706 to plunge into or immerse oneself in something …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • immerge — immergence, n. /i merrj /, v., immerged, immerging. v.i. 1. to plunge, as into a fluid. 2. to disappear by entering into any medium, as the moon into the shadow of the sun. v.t. 3. Archaic. to immerse. [1605 15; < L immergere to dip, plunge, sink …   Universalium

  • immerge — Synonyms and related words: baptize, bury, deluge, dip, douse, drown, duck, dunk, engulf, immerse, inundate, merge, overwhelm, plunge in water, sink, souse, submerge, submerse, whelm …   Moby Thesaurus

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