Origin of resurgeClassical Latin resurgere, to rise again, in LL(Ec), to rise from the grave: see re- and amp; surge to rise again; be resurrected
Origin of resurgere- + surge to surge back again
intransitive verbre·surged, re·surg·ing, re·surg·es
To rise again; undergo resurgence: Her enthusiasm resurged.
Origin of resurgeLatin resurgere : re-, re- + surgere, to rise; see surge.
(third-person singular simple present resurges, present participle resurging, simple past and past participle resurged)