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Definition of "exitus" [exitus]

  • In law: Issue; offspring. (noun)
  • Yearly rent or profits of land. (noun)
  • Termination of a disease: usually an unfavorable ending: as, lethal exitus. (noun)
  • The external opening of a canal; meatus. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "exitus" in a sentence
  • "This is what St. Thomas Aquinas, following the Pseudo-Dionysius, called the exitus and reditus of God."
  • "One should remember, however, that by restricting himself to giving a purely philosophical account of the nature of being and the universe Dietrich was not free to speculate theologically about whether exitus or reditus had any rôle to play in the life of the Trinity."
  • "Trepano etiam cranii densitas imminui poterit, ut vaporibus fuliginosis exitus pateat."