Türkische aussprache eksıt
, fire escape
, passage out
Etymologie [ eg-z&t, ek-s&t ] () 1538. Depending on the sense, from two distinct but closely related Latin roots:
* 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.