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re-nāscor ātus, ī, dep.,

to be born again, grow again: Corpore de patrio phoenix, O.: Pythagorae arcana renati, H.: renatum sibi Scipionem imperatorem dicere, L.: fibrae, V.: dente renato, Iu. —To rise again, be restored, reappear: ab stirpibus laetius renata urbs, L.: (fluvius) Exsistit alioque renascitur ore, O.—Fig., to be renewed, revive, recur: principium exstinctum nec ipsum ab alio renascetur, etc.: Multa (vocabula) renascentur, quae iam cecidere, H.: Troiae renascens Fortuna, H.

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