resurgam

[ re-soor-gahm; English ri-sur-gam ]
/ rɛˈsʊər gɑm; English rɪˈsɜr gæm /

Latin.

I shall rise again.
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Examples from the Web for resurgam

  • The man brought a fragment of an old tombstone on which was the single word "Resurgam."

  • I told you at Lucknow—resurgam—I shall rise again and you shall not know me.

    Kim|Rudyard Kipling
  • The man returned with a fragment of a tombstone, on which was the one ominous word (as every one observed) "Resurgam!"

    Old and New London|Walter Thornbury
  • On the outside of the coffin was written the word "Resurgam," and an eloquent oration was delivered over the grave.

    The Last Boer War|H. Rider Haggard