Definition of redivivus in English:

redivivus

Pronunciation: /-ˈvēvəs//ˌredəˈvīvəs/

adjective

literary
  • [postpositive] Come back to life; reborn.

    ‘one is tempted to think of Poussin as a sort of Titian redivivus’
    • ‘Were he a member of the board, would he have denounced the rabbi as Torquemada redivivus?’
    • ‘Walls, windows, letters, bodies, books, John Donne redivivus, one might say, had that epithet not been applied to his acquaintance, Rupert Brooke.’
    • ‘I am tired of what I can only term ‘Newman redivivus.’’
    • ‘Jim died more than a year ago, before the Dean phenomenon erupted, but I have little doubt he would have recognized Dean as Al Smith redivivus.’

Origin

Late 16th century: from Latin, from re(d)- again + vivus living.

Pronunciation:

redivivus

/-ˈvēvəs//ˌredəˈvīvəs/