redivivus

adjective
red·​i·​vi·​vus | \ˌre-də-ˈvī-vəs, -ˈvē- \

Definition of redivivus 

: brought back to life : reborn used postpositively

First Known Use of redivivus

1675, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for redivivus

Late Latin, from Latin, reused

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