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ē-rumpō rūpī, ruptus, ere.

I.I. Trans, to cause to break forth, emit, throw out: Canis erumpit ignīs, C. poë.: portis se foras, Cs.: unde se erumpit Enipeus, V.—To break through: nubem, V.: vis piscium Pontum erumpens, Ta.—Fig., to pour forth, wreak: in me stomachum: in eas (navīs) iracundiam, Cs.: iram in hostīs, L.—
II.II. Intrans, to break out, burst forth, sally forth: dato signo ex castris, Cs.: (ignes) ex Aetnae vertice erumpunt: portis, S.: noctu, Cs.: per hostīs, L.—Fig., to break out, burst forth: cum illa coniuratio ex latebris erupisset: si erumpunt omnia? are disclosed: erumpat me digna vox: erupit deinde seditio, L.: erumpunt saepe vitia in amicos: ne istaec fortitudo in nervum erumpat, i. e. end in bringing you to the stocks, T.: rem ad ultimum seditionis erupturam, L.

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