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Etymology of the French word liquéfier

the French word liquéfier
derived from the Latin word liquefacere (melt, dissolve; liquefy)
derived from the Latin word liquere (be in molten, liquid state; be clear to a person; it is proven, guilt is established; [non ~ => not proven as a verdict)
derived from the Latin word facere (to make; act, take action, be active; compose, write; classify; do, make; create; make, build, construct; produce; produce by growth; bring forth)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *dhē-

Date

The earliest known usage of liquéfier in French dates from the 14th century.

Derivations in French

liquéfaction, liquéfiable, liquéfiant

Derivations in other languages

English liquefy, Romanian lichefia



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