They are both derived from ouvrir. What I mean to say is that the conjugation is the same except there is a “c-” or “rec-” before the word. Both of them return cover (verb – to cover) on Google ...
What does "vu et archirevu" mean? I'm guessing it's something like "seen and seen over" or "been there, done that" but I cannot find "archirevu" in any dictionary. Here's an example: L'Italie et ...