Meaning of recheat in English:

recheat

Pronunciation /riːˈtʃiːt/

noun

Hunting
  • A call sounded on a horn to gather together or summon back the hounds in a hunt. Also figurative. In later use archaic or historical.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Edward, Duke of York (fl. c1373–1415), magnate. From recheat.