reincarnate

[verb ree-in-kahr-neyt; adjective ree-in-kahr-nit, -neyt]
adjective
  1. incarnate anew.

Origin of reincarnate

First recorded in 1855–60; re- + incarnate
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reincarnate

verb (riːˈɪnkɑːneɪt) (tr; often passive)
  1. to cause to undergo reincarnation; be born again
adjective (ˌriːɪnˈkɑːnɪt)
  1. born again in a new body
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Word Origin and History for reincarnate
v.

1858, from re- + incarnate. Related: Reincarnated; reincarnating. As an adjective from 1882.

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