if liquid or flames spurt from something, they come out of it quickly and suddenly
spurt from/out of
Blood spurted from his nose.
Flames spurted through the roof.
to send out liquid or flames quickly or suddenly:
It boiled over, spurting hot water everywhere.
2 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
to suddenly start moving more quickly, especially for a short time:
He suddenly spurted ahead of the others.