egest (v.) Look up egest at Dictionary.com
"to discharge, pass off, expel," especially "defecate," c.1600, from Latin egestus, past participle of egerere "to bring out, discharge, vomit," from assimilated form of ex- "out" (see ex-) + gerere "to carry, bear" (see gest). The opposite of ingest. Related: Egested; egesting; egesta.