Productive of effects outside the mind.
Origin of transeuntLatin transi&emacron;ns, transeunt-, present participle of trans&imacron;re, to go over; see transient.
(comparative more transeunt, superlative most transeunt)
- (philosophy, of a mental act) Emanant; producing an effect outside of the mind. (Compare immanent.)
- (philosophy) Passing out or operating beyond itself; transitive; opposed to immanent.