Definition of rehallow in English:

rehallow

verb

  • with object To sanctify or consecrate again; to resanctify, reconsecrate.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Hawkins (d. 1646), Jesuit. From re- + hallow, originally after Italian ribenedire. Compare earlier unhallow and dishallow.

Pronunciation

rehallow

/ˌriːˈhaləʊ/