itiner-, it-, -it

(Latin: to go, to walk away; to travel, to journey, a journey)

1. A unit of local government and one of the administrative subdivisions that the states of the United States and, excepting major cities, all of England and Wales are divided into.
2. Etymology: from Anglo-Norman French counte; from Late Latin comitatus, "jurisdiction of a count"; from Latin comes, from com-, "with" + ire, "to go".
exit (s) (noun), exits (pl)
1. An opening that permits escape or release.
2. Euphemistic expressions for death.
3. The departure of a performer, or actor, from a stage.
4. Etymology: from Latin exit, "he or she goes out"; third person singular, present indicative, of exire, "to go out"; from ex-, "out" + ire, "go".

Also from Latin exitus, "a leaving, a going out" a noun of action from exire, "to go out".

1. Death; especially, a fatal termination as a result of a disease.
2. An exit or outlet; that is, death.
imperishable (adjective) (not comparable)
1. Not liable to decay or to disintegrate: The special diamond that Jim gave his girlfriend was supposed to be imperishable and everlasting!
2. Disposed to surviving perpetually: Johann Sebastian Bach's fame as a composer is imperishable among all musicians and music students.
issuance (s) (noun)
The official act of making something available or of giving something to people to be used: "There was an issuance of a search warrant by the judge."

"He was happy that he was finally able to receive the visa issuance from the government."

issue (s), issues (pl) (nouns)
issue, issues; issued; issuing (verbs)