Definition of remigrate in US English:

remigrate

verb

  • no object To migrate again or back.

Origin

Early 17th century (in an earlier sense). In sense 1 probably from classical Latin remigrāt-, past participial stem of remigrāre to return to one's old home, move back, to return (to a topic of conversation, way of life, etc.), also in post-classical Latin also to change back, although this is first attested slightly later in the relevant sense; compare classical Latin migrāre and later migrate.

Pronunciation

remigrate

/ˌriːmʌɪˈɡreɪt/