What does Remigrate mean?
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in which the meaning of every word is explained, and the sound of every syllable distinctly shown. To which is prefixed, an abstract of the principles of English pronunciation, and directions to foreigners for acquiring a knowledge of the use of this dictionary by John Walker
Remigrate, rlm'e- grate.
An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic by John J. Crocitti, Monique Vallance
Yo-yo migrants return to their home country with the full intention of staying, only to remigrate when they find Brazilian conditions not to their liking. Such returnees become true transnationals who move back and forth between home and host ...
and make them remigrate to their first simplicity. Boyle. REMIGRATION, s. Removal back again.— The Scots, transplanted hither, became acquainted with our customs, which, by occasional remigrations, became diffused in Scotland. Hale.
by S L Sah
to remigrate the stacked sections. The resulting migrated sections represent the final product from a 3-D prestack time migration based on the two- pass strategy. Aside from being an integral component of a ...
or, Universal dictionary of arts and sciences; on an improved plan: in which the respective sciences are arranged into complete systems, and the arts digested into distinct treatises; also the detached parts of knowledge alphabetically arranged and copiously explained, according to the best authorities
To REMIGRATE v. n. to remove back again. REMIGRATION , n. *. removal back again. 7a REMIND, v. a. to put into mind ; to force to remember. REMINISCENCE, n. *. recollection; recovery of ideas. REMINISCENTIAL, adj.
by Robert Morris Pierce
remigrate v. (migrate again) 'zemi-gzet, zi'mai-gzet. remigration n. (action of remigrating; return) zemi'gzee- San, zi-mai'gzee-San. reminiscence n. (remembering; recalling of the past; recollecting) zemi'nisans.
by John Oswald.
Remigrate. Re; migro. Reminiscence. Re; memor. Remise, remiss, remit. Re; mitto. Remnnnt. Re; maneo. Remodel. Re; modus. Remonstrance, remonstrate.
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The value of this 9-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.