Origin of exeuntL, 3d person; personal (grammar) plural , present tense indicative , of exire: see exit, intransitive verb
Origin of exeuntLatin third person pl. of exīre to go out ; see exit .
- A stage direction for more than one actor to leave the stage.
(third-person singular simple present exeunts, present participle exeunting, simple past and past participle exeunted)
The inflected forms of the verb (exeunted and exeunting) are extremely rare and often jocular. When used, the word is simply exeunt in most cases.
from Latin exeunt (“they leave”), the third-person plural present active indicative of exeō (“leave”).