an everting or being everted
Origin of eversionMiddle English and Old French from Classical Latin eversio from eversus, past participle of evertere
- a. The act of turning inside out.b. The condition of being turned inside out.
- The condition of being turned outward.
Origin of eversionMiddle English eversioun from Old French eversion from Latin ēversiō ēversiōn- from ēversus past participle of ēvertere to overturn ; see evert .
- An act of turning inside out.
- The state of being turned inside out.
- (medicine) The condition of being turned outward.