Lewis & Short

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rĕcharmĭdo, āre, v. n. [re and Charmides, a character in Plautus; cf. re, II. 2.], to cease to be Charmides, qs. to decharmidize one’s self, a burlesquely formed word: proin tu te itidem, ut Charmidatus es, rursum te recharmida, as you have been Charmidized, recharmidize yourself, i. e. as you have put on the character of Charmides, lay it aside again, Plaut. Trin. 4, 2, 135 (Ritschl, decharmida).