Intransitive motion out of.

Primary Base ekserq*

Child Elements  


Name/Link Type Source/Type Consumption Date




kwat* Agitation Irregular motion.
aderq* Approach Motion towards. Decrease of distance from.
eperq* Arrival Terminal motion at.
anaj* Ascent Motion upwards.
lac* Attraction Motion towards, actively.
* Circuition Curvilinear motion.
kirkerq* Circumnavigation Motion of an agent around a patient.
koserq* Convergence Motion of an agent towards a patient.
kontrij* Countermotion Motion against or opposing another motion.
aperq* Departure Initial motion from.
* Depression Transference downward.
kataj* Descent Motion downwards.
eperqanj* Destination Intended location of arrival.
* Deviation Motion away from a set direction.
vj* Direction
* Divergence Motion further off from.
ekserq* Egress Intransitive motion out of.
* Ejection Transference of the agent out of the patient.
tol* Elevation Transference upward.
* Encounter Motion of multiple entities towards each other.
* Evolution Motion in a reverse circle.
* Extraction Forcible egress.
inerq* Ingress Intransitive motion into.
* Initial Motion
* Insertion Forcible ingress.
salt* Leap Great ascent.
und* Oscillation Reciprocating motion, motion to and fro.
perj* Passage Motion through.
kad* Plunge Forceful insertion of an object into another object or a substance. (Not necessarily downward.)
prj* Precession Motion of an agent before or in front of a patient.
porj* Progression Motion forward.
jak* Propulsion Forward motion of a patient induced by an agent.
* Reception Transitive motion into.
* Recession Motion from.
terqej* Regression Motion backwards.
* Repulsion Motion from, actively; force driving apart.
* Return (Motion) Motion back to a prior location.
gyr* Rotation Motion in a continued circle.
sekw* Sequence Motion of an agent after, behind or following a patient.
* Shortcoming Motion short of.
* Terminal Motion
* Traction Motion given to an object situated behind.
* Transcursion Motion beyond.


Egress synonyms

Exit, issue; emersion, emergence; outbreak, outburst, proruption [rare], eruption; emanation; egression; evacuation, disemboguement, exudation, transudation; extravasation, perspiration, sweating, leakage, percolation, lixiviation, leaching, distillation, seep, oozing; gush &c. (water in motion) [See River]; outpour, outpouring; effluence, effusion; efflux, effluxion; drain; dribbling &c. v.; defluxion; drainage; outcome, output; outflow, discharge (excretion) [See Excretion].
EXPORT, exportation; exports, shipments.
EMIGRATION, exodus (departure) [See Departure]; expatriation, remigration.
EMIGRANT, migrant, redemptioner [U. S.], colonist, émigré [F.].
OUTLET, vent, spout, tap, sluice, flood-gate; vomitory, outgate, sallyport; debouch [mil.], débouché [F.]; way out; mouth, door (opening) [See Opening]; path (way) [See Method]; conduit [See Conduit]; airpipe [See Air Pipe]; pore, emunctory.