rebegin

verb
re·be·gin | \ (ˌ)rē-bi-ˈgin , -bē- \
rebegan\(ˌ)rē-bi-ˈgan, -bē- \; rebegun\(ˌ)rē-bi-ˈgən, -bē- \; rebeginning; rebegins

Definition of rebegin 

: to begin again or anew He rebegan his speech. The fighting has rebegun.

Other words from rebegin

rebeginning noun plural rebeginnings
The story of that rebeginning is the subject of Ross Miller's "American Apocalypse: The Great Fire and the Myth of Chicago." —Nicolaus Mills

First Known Use of rebegin

1598, in the meaning defined above

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