REEMERGE

emerge

[ih-murj]
verb (used without object), emerged, emerging.
1.
to come forth into view or notice, as from concealment or obscurity: a ghost emerging from the grave; a ship emerging from the fog.
2.
to rise or come forth from or as if from water or other liquid.
3.
to come up or arise, as a question or difficulty.
4.
to come into existence; develop.
5.
to rise, as from an inferior or unfortunate state or condition.

Origin:
1630–40; < Latin ēmergere to arise out of, equivalent to ē- e-1 + mergere to dive, sink

reemerge, verb (used without object), reemerged, reemerging.
unemerged, adjective

emerge, immerge.


1. Emerge, emanate, issue mean to come forth. Emerge is used of coming forth from a place shut off from view, or from concealment, or the like, into sight and notice: The sun emerges from behind the clouds. Emanate is used of intangible things, as light or ideas, spreading from a source: Rumors often emanate from irresponsible persons. Issue is often used of a number of persons, a mass of matter, or a volume of smoke, sound, or the like, coming forth through any outlet or outlets: The crowd issued from the building.
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emerge (ɪˈmɜːdʒ)
 
vb (often foll by from)
1.  to come up to the surface of or rise from water or other liquid
2.  to come into view, as from concealment or obscurity: he emerged from the cave
3.  (foll by from) to come out (of) or live (through a difficult experience): he emerged from his ordeal with dignity
4.  to become apparent: several interesting things emerged from the report
 
[C17: from Latin ēmergere to rise up from, from mergere to dip]
 
e'merging
 
adj

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emerge
1560s, from M.Fr. emerger, from L. emergere "rise out or up," from ex- "out" + mergere "to dip, sink" (see merge). The notion is of rising from a liquid by virtue of buoyancy.
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