Termination of a disease: usually an unfavorable ending: as, lethal exitus.(noun)
The external opening of a canal; meatus.(noun)
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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 rÃ´le to play in the life of the Trinity."
"Trepano etiam cranii densitas imminui poterit, ut vaporibus fuliginosis exitus pateat."