Other Word Forms of Exit
Origin of Exit
From Latin third person sing. of exīre to go out ex- ex- īre to go ei- in Indo-European roots N., sense 2, from Latin exitus from past participle of exīre
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From exit (“he, she, or it goes out, departs, or exits”), the third-person singular present active indicative form of exeō (“I go out”, “I depart”, “I exit”); or,
From exit-, the stem of exitus (“a going out”, “a departure”), the perfect passive participle of exeō.
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