regreet

regreet

(riːˈɡriːt)
n
a return of greetings or an exchange of greetings
vb (tr)
to greet again or to return greetings to
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3, after bidding farewell, before the imminent duel, to his cousin Aumerle, Bolingbroke turns to his father: "Lo, as at English feasts, so I regreet / The daintiest last, to make the end most sweet" (67-68).
OED cites 1 Tambudaine as containing the first recorded use of regreet: Bajazeth says to a messenger he is sending to the king of Persia, "if before he sun have measured heaven / With triple circuit thou regreet us not, / We mean to take his morning's next arise / For messenger he will not be reclaimed, / And mean to fetch thee in despite of him" (3.
One of the books previously ensconced in John's library among the romances was Coke on Littleton, and it is precisely this book--a commentary on law--that Bayard is reading as we regreet him, now a man of twenty-four, living in the home of his law professor, Wilkins, who, Faulkner tells us, will later become a judge.