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Efflux


EF'FLUX, noun [Latin effluxus, from effluo, to flow out.]

1. The act of flowing out, or issuing in a stream; as an efflux of matter from an ulcer.

2. Effusion; flow; as the first efflux of men's piety.

3. That which flows out; emanation.

Light--efflux divine.

EFFLUX', verb intransitive To run or flow away. [Not used.]