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  3  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Arise  \A*rise"\,  n. 
  Rising.  [Obs.]  --Drayton. 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Arise  \A*rise"\  ([.a]*r[imac]z"),  v.  i.  [imp.  {Arose} 
  (-r[=o]z");  p.  pr  &  vb  n.  {Arising};  p.  p.  {Arisen} 
  (-r[i^]z"'n).].  [AS.  [=a]r[=i]san;  [=a]  (equiv.  to  Goth.  us-, 
  ur-,  G.  er-,  orig.  meaning  out)  +  r[=i]san  to  rise;  cf  Goth. 
  urreisan  to  arise.  See  {Rise}.] 
  1.  To  come  up  from  a  lower  to  a  higher  position;  to  come 
  above  the  horizon;  to  come  up  from  one's  bed  or  place  of 
  repose;  to  mount;  to  ascend;  to  rise;  as  to  arise  from  a 
  kneeling  posture;  a  cloud  arose;  the  sun  ariseth  he  arose 
  early  in  the  morning. 
 
  2.  To  spring  up  to  come  into  action  being  or  notice;  to 
  become  operative,  sensible,  or  visible;  to  begin  to  act  a 
  part  to  present  itself  as  the  waves  of  the  sea  arose;  a 
  persecution  arose;  the  wrath  of  the  king  shall  arise. 
 
  There  arose  up  a  new  king  .  .  .  which  knew  not 
  Joseph.  --Ex.  i.  8. 
 
  The  doubts  that  in  his  heart  arose.  --Milton. 
 
  3.  To  proceed;  to  issue;  to  spring. 
 
  Whence  haply  mention  may  arise  Of  something  not 
  unseasonable  to  ask  --Milton. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  arise 
  v  1:  come  into  existence  or  develop:  "A  new  religious  movement 
  originated  in  that  country"  "a  love  that  sprang  up  from 
  friendship,"  "the  idea  for  the  book  grew  out  of  a  short 
  story"  [syn:  {originate},  {rise},  {develop},  {spring  up}, 
  {grow}] 
  2:  originate  or  come  into  being  "aquestion  arose"  [syn:  {come 
  up},  {bob  up}] 
  3:  rise  to  one's  feet;  "The  audience  got  up  and  applauded" 
  [syn:  {rise},  {get  up},  {stand  up}]  [ant:  {sit  down},  {lie 
  down}] 
  4:  occur;  "A  slight  unpleasantness  arose  from  this  discussion" 
  [syn:  {come  up}] 
  5:  move  upward;  "The  fog  lifted";  "The  smoke  arose  from  the 
  forest  fire"  [syn:  {rise},  {lift},  {move  up},  {go  up},  {come 
  up}]  [ant:  {descend}] 
  6:  take  part  in  a  rebellion;  renounce  a  former  allegiance  [syn: 
  {rebel},  {rise},  {rise  up}] 
  7:  get  up  and  out  of  bed;  "I  get  up  at  7  A.M.  every  day";  "They 
  rose  early"  [syn:  {get  up},  {turn  out},  {rise}]  [ant:  {go 
  to  bed},  {go  to  bed}] 




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