Relight or rekindle (a light, flame, etc.)‘Oceana stole from her place of concealment, and relumed the taper’
- ‘As for meaning, for me it's summed up in the Shakespearean subtitle: ‘Fire that can thy light relume’.’
- ‘The embers are mouldering, a single spark may relume the blaze.’
- ‘I then called to him to knock on the door of the house where I lodged and got my candle relumed without danger.’
Early 17th century: from re- ‘again’+ illume, partly suggested by French rallumer.
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.