repullulate

intransitive verb re·pullulate \(ˈ)rē+\

Definition of repullulate

-ed/-ing/-s

archaic

  1. :  to bud or sprout again whose branches … are withered, never to repullulate again — Eliza Nathan

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Origin and Etymology of repullulate

Latin repullulatus, past participle of repullulare, from re- + pullulare to sprout


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