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Etymology of the Latin word liquescens

the Latin word liquescens
derived from the Latin word liquescere (become liquid, fluid, melt)
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)

Derivations in other languages

English liquescent, Italian liquescente, Portuguese liquescente

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