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ex-sistō or existō stitī, —, ere,

to step out, come forth, emerge, appear: e latebris, L.: ab inferis: (bovis) a mediā fronte cornu exsistit, Cs.: nympha gurgite medio, O.: occultum malum exsistit, comes to light. — To spring, proceed, arise, become, be produced, turn into: dentes naturā exsistere: ex luxuriā exsistat avaritia: ex amicis inimici exsistunt, Cs.: pater exstitit (Caesar) huius, O.: exsistit hoc loco quaestio subdifficilis: exsistit illud, ut, etc., follows. — To be visible, be manifest, exist, be: sic in animis exsistunt varietates: si exstitisset in rege fides: nisi Ilias illa exstitisset: tanto in me amore exstitit: timeo, ne in eum exsistam crudelior.

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