relume

re·lume

 (rĭ-lo͞om′)
tr.v. re·lumed, re·lum·ing, re·lumes
To make bright or clear again; illuminate again.

relume

(rɪˈluːm) or

relumine

vb
(tr) archaic to light or brighten again; rekindle
[C17: from Late Latin relūmināre, from Latin re- + illūmināre to illumine]

re•lume

(rɪˈlum)

v.t. -lumed, -lum•ing.
to light or illuminate again.
[1595–1605; re- + (il) lume; Late Latin relūmināre. See relumine]

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Past participle: relumed
Gerund: reluming

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