(Red"hoop`) n. (Zoöl.) The male of the European bullfinch. [Prov. Eng.]
(Red"horn`) n. (Zoöl.) Any species of a tribe of butterflies (Fugacia) including the common
yellow species and the cabbage butterflies. The antennæ are usually red.
(Red"-hot`) a. Red with heat; heated to redness; as, red-hot iron; red-hot balls. Hence, figuratively,
excited; violent; as, a red-hot radical. Shak.
(||Re"di*a) n.; pl. L. Rediæ E. Redias [NL.; of uncertain origin.] (Zoöl.) A kind of larva, or nurse,
which is prroduced within the sporocyst of certain trematodes by asexual generation. It in turn produces,
in the same way, either another generation of rediæ, or else cercariæ within its own body. Called also proscolex,
and nurse. See Illustration in Appendix.
(Re"di*ent) a. [L. rediens, p. pr. of redire to return; pref. red- + ire to go.] Returning. [R.]
(Re`di*gest") v. t. To digest, or reduce to form, a second time. Kent.
(Re`di*min"ish) v. t. To diminish again.
(Red"in*gote) n. [F., corrupted from E. riding coat.] A long plain double-breasted outside
coat for women.
(Re*din"te*grate) a. [L. redintegratus, p. p. of redintegrare to restore; pref. red-, re-,
re- + integrare to make whole, to renew, fr. integer whole. See Integer.] Restored to wholeness or a
perfect state; renewed. Bacon.
(Re*din"te*grate) v. t. To make whole again; a renew; to restore to integrity or soundness.
The English nation seems obliterated. What could redintegrate us again?Coleridge.