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ē-mergō sī, sus, ere,

to bring forth, bring to light, raise up: e gurgite voltūs, Ct.: sum visus emersus e flumine. — Fig., to extricate oneself, raise oneself up, rise: ex malis se, N.: emersus ex tenebris: velut emerso ab admiratione animo, L. — Intrans, to come forth, come up, come out, arise, rise, emerge: equus emersit e flumine: de paludibus, L.: ex Antiati in Appiam, to escape: aves, quae se in mari mergerent: quae cum emersissent: sonus (solis) emergentis, Ta.—Fig., to extricate oneself, rise, escape, come forth, free oneself, emerge, get clear, appear: quā ex vitā emersit: ex paternis probris: ex omni saevitiā fortunae (virtus) emersura, L.: incredibile est quantum civitates emerserint, elevated themselves: Haud facile emergunt, quorum, etc., become famous, Iu.: depressa veritas emergit: res, unde emergi non potest, T.: ex quo magis emergit, quale sit, etc.

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