One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Something which springs out or issues forth. Also in extended use: a result or outcome.
1To spring out or issue forth. Also figurative. Now chiefly literary and poetic.
2with object To spring out of; to spring beyond or further than. Now rare.
Mid 16th century. From out- + spring, after outspring or to spring out<br>Middle English; earliest use found in Peri Didaxeon. From out- + spring. Compare to spring out.
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