redivivus


red·i·vi·vus

adjective \ˌre-də-ˈvī-vəs, -ˈvē-\

Definition of REDIVIVUS

:  brought back to life :  reborn —used postpositively

Origin of REDIVIVUS

Late Latin, from Latin, reused
First Known Use: 1675

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