recheat


re·cheat

noun \ri-ˈchēt\

Definition of RECHEAT

:  a hunting call sounded on a horn to assemble the hounds

Origin of RECHEAT

Middle English rechate, from rechaten to blow the recheat, from Anglo-French rechater, from Vulgar Latin *recaptare to gather, assemble, from Latin re- + captare to catch at, chase — more at catch
First Known Use: 15th century

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