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Etymology of the Italian word liquefazione

the Italian word liquefazione
derived from the Late Latin word liquefactio (liquefaction)
derived from the Latin word liquefactus
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-

Cognates

French liquéfaction



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