remerge

verb
re·merge | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈmərj \
remerged; remerging

Definition of remerge 

verb, transitive + intransitive

1 transitive + intransitive : to merge again … automatically completes two passes through the data and remerges the results with the original table. —Katherine Prairie Corporations began growing in size by merging and remerging. —John Ralston Saul

2 intransitive : to emerge again : reemerge Absent for the whole of season five, Bran seems poised to remerge as a major character.The Scotsman … the infant was later able to stop medication completely without the virus remerging, raising hope that treatment immediately after birth or infection may be a cure. —Grant McArthur

First Known Use of remerge

1808, in the meaning defined at sense 2

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