reunite

[ree-yoo-nahyt]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), reunited, reuniting.
to unite again, as after separation.

Origin:
1585–95; < Medieval Latin reūnīt(us) (past participle of reūnīre), equivalent to Latin re- re- + ūnītus joined together; see unite1

reunitable, adjective
reuniter, noun
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reunite (ˌriːjuːˈnaɪt)
 
vb
to bring or come together again
 
reu'nitable
 
adj
 
reu'niter
 
n

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reunite
1591, from adj. reunit "reunited" (c.1450), from M.L. reunitus, pp. of reunire "unite again," from L. re- "again" + unire "join together" (see unite).
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Example sentences
The consumer needs to be reunited with what they are eating.
In any case, the hiatus worked, and the couple were soon reunited.
Other adults found themselves reunited with their confiscated cell phones at
  the after-party held downstairs at the hotel.
Now reunited with her family, she faces an entirely different kind of storm.
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