reconstituer etymology

French word reconstituer comes from French constituer ((reflexive) to build up. To constitute. To make up.), French reconqueste

Detailed word origin of reconstituer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
constituer French (fra) (reflexive) to build up. To constitute. To make up.
reconqueste French (fra)
reconstituer French (fra) To build up again (e.g. reserves of something). To piece together again (something broken). To re-form (a group, association). To reconstruct (a crime). To recreate (a past time, decor etc.).

Words with the same origin as reconstituer

Descendants of reconqueste