One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To seize or take possession of (a thing or person) again.
Late Middle English. From Anglo-Norman reseisir, reseiser, etc. and Middle French resaisir (French ressaisir) to be in possession of again, to retake, to put (someone) back in possession (of something) from re + saisir.
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