Origin of efflux
Examples from the Web for efflux
Antoninus says that the soul of man is an efflux from the divinity.Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus|Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
But these latter personages are partly paid for watching the efflux of time, and no doubt they will do their duty.
Whitman said, 'Happiness is the efflux of soul,' which is exactly true, but it didn't help me until I had experience.The Hive|Will Levington Comfort
Efflux is that which flows from, and is generally predicated of that which proceeds from below upwards.The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love|Emanuel Swedenborg
Efflux, ef′fluks, n. act of flowing out: that which flows out.
Word Origin and History for efflux
1640s, from Latin effluxus, past participle of effluere (see effluence).