Definition of remanié in English:

remanié

Pronunciation /rɪmɑːnˈjeɪ/

adjective

Geology
  • Of a stratum (especially a fossiliferous deposit), glacier, or other structure: consisting of or containing material from an older formation that has been redeposited. Of fossils: originating in a deposit older than that in which they are found.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From French remanié, use as adjective of past participle of remanier to rearrange, rework, reshape from re- + manier to handle.