One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The action or fact of repassing; passage back or again.
Late Middle English. From Anglo-Norman and Middle French repassage (French repassage) action of crossing (the sea, etc.) again, return journey from repasser + -age. Compare post-classical Latin repassagium recrossing, passage back (frequently from 1302 in British sources).
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