requicken

requicken

(riːˈkwɪkən)
vb
literary to restore or come back to life or vigour

requicken


Past participle: requickened
Gerund: requickening

Imperative
requicken
requicken
Present
I requicken
you requicken
he/she/it requickens
we requicken
you requicken
they requicken
Preterite
I requickened
you requickened
he/she/it requickened
we requickened
you requickened
they requickened
Present Continuous
I am requickening
you are requickening
he/she/it is requickening
we are requickening
you are requickening
they are requickening
Present Perfect
I have requickened
you have requickened
he/she/it has requickened
we have requickened
you have requickened
they have requickened
Past Continuous
I was requickening
you were requickening
he/she/it was requickening
we were requickening
you were requickening
they were requickening
Past Perfect
I had requickened
you had requickened
he/she/it had requickened
we had requickened
you had requickened
they had requickened
Future
I will requicken
you will requicken
he/she/it will requicken
we will requicken
you will requicken
they will requicken
Future Perfect
I will have requickened
you will have requickened
he/she/it will have requickened
we will have requickened
you will have requickened
they will have requickened
Future Continuous
I will be requickening
you will be requickening
he/she/it will be requickening
we will be requickening
you will be requickening
they will be requickening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been requickening
you have been requickening
he/she/it has been requickening
we have been requickening
you have been requickening
they have been requickening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been requickening
you will have been requickening
he/she/it will have been requickening
we will have been requickening
you will have been requickening
they will have been requickening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been requickening
you had been requickening
he/she/it had been requickening
we had been requickening
you had been requickening
they had been requickening
Conditional
I would requicken
you would requicken
he/she/it would requicken
we would requicken
you would requicken
they would requicken
Past Conditional
I would have requickened
you would have requickened
he/she/it would have requickened
we would have requickened
you would have requickened
they would have requickened
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Richter writes that "the thousands of deaths from disease led women to demand continual mourning-wars and inspired young men to seize even more captives to requicken the dead."(64) For example, he notes that some of the Iroquois went to war against Native nations in the Carolinas after a small pox epidemic in 1679 and that observers in the mid-1600s believed that as many as two-thirds of the people in some Iroquois villages were adoptees.(65)
Interestingly, the theme of invasion that was established in a revision for stanza II is reiterated here in the speaker's query: "Is it rapture or terror that circles me round, invades / Each vein of my life with hope--if it be not fear?" Again a sexual motif is evident in the mingled pleasure-pain sensations that seem to elevate in the rhetoric of "pulse that awakens my blood," "rapture," and the "dread of a strange thing near," though that same pulsing "Requickens with sense of a terror less dread than dear." In contrast, the speaker continues to question: "Is peace not one with light in the deep green glades / Where summer at noonday slumbers?
In other words, it resuscitales or requickens a persona that had lapsed into dormancy (Richter, Ordeal 32).
All hope of the family is placed in this captive who becomes the mistress of this family and the branches dependent on it" Similarly, when a man "requickens [ressuscite] an Ancient, a man of consequence run Considerable], he becomes important himself, and has authority in the village if he can sustain by his own merit the name he takes" (Lafitau, Customs 171-72).
Through prescribed acts and set forms of words, the dead chief is requickened and in a way reincarnated in the person of a legally chosen clansman.