going or go up upon or along to climb up to install to move up the top of as to ascend a hill a ladder a tree a river a throne
- To move up to attach to move up to go up in opposition to descend
- return to be able of genealogical succession
- become master or queen
- pitch upwards
- go along towards (a lake's) resource
- look like moving up, as through tendrils
- come up, of celestial systems
- travel up
- go on to a better place in life or even to a more satisfactory job
- to go up; to mount; to move up; to rise; -- opposed to descend.
- to increase, in a figurative sense; to continue from an inferior to an exceptional level, from mean to noble items, from particulars to generals, from contemporary to ancient times, from a single note to another more severe, etc.; since, our questions ascend into the remotest antiquity; to ascend to the first progenitor.
- To go or move upward upon or along; to climb; to attach; to go up the top of; because, to ascend a hill, a ladder, a tree, a lake, a throne.
to achieve a greater degree described as full independence from every little thing
to move up; to pass through up or up ; going or pass in ascending line. 4 Kent, Comm. 303, 307.
late 14c., from Latin ascendere "to climb up up, attach, ascend," figuratively "to rise, attain," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + scandere "to climb up" (see scan (v.)). Also in 15c. used with a feeling "to attach (a female) for copulation." Relevant: Ascended; ascending. A classic English word for it ended up being stigan.
(v. i.) To move upward; to attach; to increase; to rise; -- opposed to descend.
- (v. i.) To rise, in a figurative good sense; to continue from a substandard to a superior degree, from mean to noble things, from particulars to generals, from modern-day to old times, from 1 note to a different much more intense, etc.; because, our inquiries ascend towards the remotest antiquity; to ascend to your very first progenitor.
- (v. t.) To go or go upward upon or along; to climb; to install; to increase the top of; since, to ascend a hill, a ladder, a tree, a river, a throne.
It is navigable for a period of about five months of the year, when the Purus valley is inundated; and, for the remaining seven months, only canoes can ascend it sufficiently high to communicate overland with the settlements in the great indiarubber districts of the Mayutata and lower Beni; thus these regions are forced to seek a canoe outlet for their rich products by the very dangerous, costly and laborious route of the falls of the Madeira.