-facient

adjective combining form

Definition of -facient

  1. :  making :  causing somnifacient

Origin and Etymology of -facient

Latin -facient-, -faciens (as in calefacient-, calefaciens making warm, present participle of calefacere to warm)


Medical Dictionary

-facient

adjective combining form -fa·cient \ˈfā-shənt\

Medical Definition of -facient

  1. :  making :  causing abortifacient rubefacient


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