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ex-orior (exoritur, V.: exorerentur, L.; imper. exorere, T.), ortus, īrī, dep.,

to come out, come forth, spring up, rise, appear: Canicula exoritur: exoriens sol, V.: exortus est servus, qui, etc.: rex exortus est Lvdiae: Exoriare aliquis nostris ex ossibus ultor, V.—Fig., to begin, take origin, arise, be caused, be produced: A Myrrhinā, T.: bella aliis ex locis, L.: nullam exoriri moram posse, Cs.: exortā aliquā offensione: Exoritur clamor virūm, V.: de Praenestinorum defectione fama, L.—To recover oneself, take courage: paulum.

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