restitute

[res-ti-toot, -tyoot]
verb (used with object), res·ti·tut·ed, res·ti·tut·ing.
  1. to make restitution for.
  2. to restore to a former state or position.

Origin of restitute

1350–1400; Middle English < Latin restitūtus, past participle of restituere to set up again, restore, equivalent to re- re- + -stitū-, variant stem of -stituere (combining form of statuere to set upright, derivative of stāre to stand) + -tus past participle suffix
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restitute

v.

late 14c., from French restituer (14c.) or from Latin restitutus, past participle of restituere "restore, replace" (see restitution).

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