1. a person or creature who lives in the forest or mountains and avoids civilisation.
2. re-mounted, gone back to the hills or mountains (said of someone who has returned to the wild and left civilisation.)
3. a Northern Philippine’s tribesman.
4. to remount; reassemble; overcome.
Etymology: Portuguese, ultimately derived from Latin re- (“again, anew”) + montar (*montare, present active infinitive of *monto, from the noun mons “mountain”).