verb (used without object)

to vanish; disappear.
to cease to be.

Origin of evanish

1300–50; Middle English evanisshen < Middle French esvaniss-, extended stem of esvanir. See e-1, evanesce, vanish
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a poetic word for vanish
Derived Formsevanishment, noun

Word Origin for evanish

C15: from Old French esvanir, from Latin ēvānēscere to vanish
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