Disembogue meaning

dĭsĕm-bōg
To flow out or empty, as water from a channel.
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To pour out (its waters) at the mouth; empty (itself)
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To come out into the open sea from a river etc.

The ships disembogued from the harbour.

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(of a river or waters) To pour out, to debouch; to flow out through a narrow opening into a larger space.
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Origin of disembogue

  • From Spanish desembogue mouth of a river from desembocar to flow out des- reversal (from Latin dis- dis–) embocar to put into the mouth (en- in) (from Latin in- in–2) (boca mouth) (from Latin bucca cheek)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Spanish desembocar, from des- + embocar (“run into a creek or strait”), from boca (“mouth”).

    From Wiktionary