One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
no object Originally of a plant: to bud or sprout again. Now in extended use: to experience a resurgence, to reblossom.
Late 15th century (in an earlier sense). From re- + burgeon, originally after Anglo-Norman and Middle French rebourgeonner to cause to bud or sprout again, to bud or sprout again.
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