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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: resurgent (18-21 centuries), from Latin resurgere 'to rise again', from surgere; SURGE1

resurgence

noun
     
re‧sur‧gence [singular,uncountable]
the reappearance and growth of something that was common in the past
resurgence of
There has been a resurgence of interest in religion over the last ten years.
resurgence in
a resurgence in the popularity of 60s music

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