Christus resurrexit! Vere resurrexit!
"Christ is risen! Truely He is risen!" is an often used phrase in the Orthodox Church. On Pascha (Easter) we shout it out in several different languages. The Latin translation of the subject phrase has me confused and I cannot find "resurrexit" in the dictionary. Specifically, it appears to be the third person singular active form of the perfect tense, but it translates as an adjective (risen) with a present tense linking verb (is). Is it a verb similar to "oportet (it is proper)?" As always, any help would be appreciated.
Christ is Risen!