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Thursday, June 11, 2009

Definitions for redivivus

  1. Living again; brought back to life; revived; restored.

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Citations for redivivus
Augustine redivivus, R. contends, would find in the history of the present century confirmation of his pessimistic views of human nature. Roland J. Teske, Theological Studies
She is the young Magda redivivus to the last degree, including the way she arches her eyebrow when she speaks. Judith Dunford, Newsday
Origin of redivivus
Redivivus comes from Latin, from the prefix red-, re-, "again" + vivus, "alive."