re-baptize

re-baptize

or

re-baptise

vb (tr)
to baptize (someone) again
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It's the little things: the waitress who compliments her appearance, the wife of a local politician who gave her a "welcome to womanhood" hug, the minister who offered to re-baptize Larson as her "true self."
The campaign to re-baptize the village, led by Mayor Lorenzo Rodriguez, had thrust its 56 mostly elderly inhabitants into the media spotlight in recent weeks, as its controversial name sparked headlines worldwide.
Those churches which do "re-baptize" (as those who baptize infants would see it) do not themselves consider this to be a "re-baptism" at all; for them it is the first and only baptism.