Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, origin date unknown
(Biology) bursting forth or through a surface.
Examples of Erumpent in a sentence
"The rising temperatures triggered the tulips’ erumpent activity."
"The blueberries were erumpent on the trees."
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This word stems from the Latin “ērumpēns,” meaning “break forth.”
Did you Know?
The Erumpent was a large, magical beast featured in the “Harry Potter” book series. It looked like a rhinoceros and could repel most curses. The Erumpent’s horn contained a deadly fluid that, when injected, caused any object to explode, but it did not attack unprovoked.