what is difference between egress and emersion
From Latin ēgressus, from ex- + gressus.
- enPR: ēʹgrĕs, IPA(key): /ˈiːɡɹɛs/
egress (countable and uncountable, plural egresses)
- An exit or way out.
- The process of exiting or leaving.
- (astronomy) The end of the apparent transit of a small astronomical body over the disk of a larger one.
- (exit): exit, way out, outgang
- (process of exiting): departure, exit, exiting, leaving
- (exit): entrance, ingress, way in
- (process of exiting): entering, entrance
- (permission): ingress, egress, regress
From Latin egressum, past participle egredi.
- enPR: ĭ-grĕsʹ, IPA(key): /ɪˈɡɹɛs/
egress (third-person singular simple present egresses, present participle egressing, simple past and past participle egressed)
- (intransitive) To exit or leave; to go or come out.
- (exit): come out, depart, exit, go out, leave
- (exit): come in, enter, go in
- Segers, serges
emersion (countable and uncountable, plural emersions)
- Emergence, especially from the water.
- (astronomy) The reappearance of a heavenly body after being eclipsed by another or by the sun’s brightness.