Definitions For Revest


{{en-verb}} (obsolete) To dress (a priest or other religious figure) in ritual garments, especially to celebrate Mass or another service. To reclothe; to dress again. To return (property) to a former owner; to reinstate To invest again with possession or office. : to revest a magistrate with authority (intransitive) To take effect again.


From {{etyl, xno, en}} revestir, revestre et al., {{etyl, frm, en}} revestir, and their source, (Late Latin)  revestire, from {{etyl, la, en}} re- + vestīre, to clothe.


Severt, Stever, Vester, everts, revets, verset, verste

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