extant


extant
extant [adj] in existence actual, alive, around, being, contemporary, current, existent, existing, immediate, in current use, instant, living, not lost, present, present-day, real, remaining, subsisting, surviving, undestroyed; concepts 539,582 —Ant. dead, extinct, gone

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  • Extant — may refer to: * Extant taxon, a taxon which is not extinct, such as an extant species. * Extant literature, surviving literature, such as Beowulf , the oldest extant manuscript written in English * Hank Hall, also known as Extant, the DC Comics… …   Wikipedia

  • Extant — Ex tant, a. [L. extans, antis, or exstans, antis, p. pr. of extare, exstare, to stand out or forth; ex out + stare to stand: cf. F. extant. See {Stand}.] 1. Standing out or above any surface; protruded. [1913 Webster] That part of the teeth which …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • extant — extánt adj. m., pl. extánţi; f. sg. extántă, pl. extánte Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic  EXTÁNT, Ă adj. (jur.) Care există în natură. [< …   Dicționar Român

  • extant — used to mean just ‘existing’, so that heresy, fashion, roads, etc. could all be extant. Now, it means ‘continuing to exist’, i.e. having withstood the ravages of time, so that ancient texts, fossils, species, literature, organisms, old churches,… …   Modern English usage

  • extant — I adjective alive, current, currently existing, existent, existing, exstare, in being, in current use, in existence, living, not extinct, not lost, present, standing, still existing, still to be found, subsistent, surviving, undestroyed, visible… …   Law dictionary

  • extant — extant, ante (èk stan, stan t ) adj. Terme vieilli de pratique. Qui est en nature. Tous les effets extants de la succession. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Lat. exstans, existant, de ex, et stare, être debout (voy. stable) …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • extant — 1540s, standing out above a surface, from L. extantem (nom. extans), prp. of extare stand out, be visible, exist, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + stare to stand, from PIE root *sta to stand (see STET (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • extant — EXTANT, [ext]ante. adj. v. Terme de Pratique. Qui est en nature, en espece. Tous les effets de la succession qui sont extants …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • extant — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ still in existence. ORIGIN Latin, from exstare be visible or prominent …   English terms dictionary

  • extant — [eks′tənt; ek stant′, ikstant′] adj. [L extans, exstans, prp. of exstare, to stand out or forth < ex , out + stare, STAND] 1. still existing; not extinct; not lost or destroyed 2. Archaic standing out; conspicuous …   English World dictionary