(Latin: dip, dive, plunge; rise out of a liquid; combine into one)
2. Sinking to or deposited near the bottom of a body of water; such as, the sea.
The sun is about to emerge from behind those fleecy clouds.
The faint moon will immerge into the shadow of the sun.
The mermaid decided to immerge herself into the deep water; then with a flick of her tail, she seemed to emerge from the water like a flash of silver.
2. Aquatic plants, as cattails and sedges, that protrude or extend above the surface of a pond.
2. The appearance of a moon, a planet, or other heavenly bodies after an eclipse: Using a strong telescope, the astronomer was able to chart the emersion of the distant planet after the eclipse of the sun.
A motto of Paris, France, which has a ship as its emblem. This motto is also translated as, "Unsinkable". Like other cities that have existed for a long time, Paris has had its bad times and its good times.
In ancient times, Paris was called Lutetia Parisiorum, from a Gaulish-Latin word Lutetia [lutum is a Latin word meaning "mud"], a fortified town of the Gaulish tribe of the Parissi). The name Lutetia literally means "swamps" with its muddy and slimy characteristics.