ejected matter, as from the body, a volcano, etc.
Origin of ejectaModern Latin ; from neuter plural of ejectus
Ejected matter, as that from an erupting volcano.
Origin of ejectaNew Latin ēiecta, from neuter pl. of Latin ēiectus, past participle of ēicere, to throw out; see eject.
- Material which has been ejected, especially from a volcano or an impact crater.