v. re·in·car·nat·ed, re·in·car·nat·ing, re·in·car·nates
1. To cause to be reborn in another body; incarnate again.
2. To cause to appear in a new form; refurbish or revitalize: "the 50-year-old beverage that has been reincarnated in recent years through a marketing campaign that appeals to young people's eagerness to live on the edge" (David Barboza).
To be reborn in another body.
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Indo-European & Semitic Roots Appendices
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