redivivus

[ red-uh-vahy-vuhs, -vee- ]
/ ˌrɛd əˈvaɪ vəs, -ˈvi- /

adjective

living again; revived.

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Origin of redivivus

First recorded in 1645–55, redivivus is from the Latin word redivīvus renewed, renovated
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British Dictionary definitions for redivivus

redivivus
/ (ˌrɛdɪˈvaɪvəs) /

adjective

rare returned to life; revived

Word Origin for redivivus

C17: from Late Latin, from Latin red- re- + vīvus alive
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