Origin of egest; from Classical Latin egestus, past participle of egerere, to bear out, discharge ; from e-, out + gerere, to bear
transitive verbe·gest·ed, e·gest·ing, e·gests
Origin of egestLatin ēgerere, ēgest-, to carry out : ē-, ex-, ex- + gerere, to carry.
(third-person singular simple present egests, present participle egesting, simple past and past participle egested)
From ēgest-, the perfect passive participial stem of the Latin ēgerō (“I carry, bear, or bring out or away”, “I discharge”).