One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To convene (an assembly) again; to summon (a person) back or again.
Middle English (in an earlier sense). From re- + summon. Compare post-classical Latin resummonere to summon again (frequently from 1195 in British sources), Anglo-Norman and Old French resomondre, Old French, Middle French resemondre (in Anglo-Norman also, with change of conjugation, resomener, resumuner) to exhort again, to summon to return, to call back, to send a second summons to.
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