Bot. bursting out, as certain spores, seeds, etc.
Origin of erumpent; from Classical Latin erumpens, present participle of erumpere, to burst forth: see erupt
Bursting through a surface or covering: erumpent apothecia.
Origin of erumpentLatin &emacron;rump&emacron;ns, &emacron;rumpent-, present participle of &emacron;rumpere, to burst out; see erupt.
(comparative more erumpent, superlative most erumpent)
From Latin ērumpēns, present active participle of ērumpō (“break forth”).