sudoriferous

adjective
su·do·rif·er·ous | \ˌsü-də-ˈri-f(ə-)rəs \

Definition of sudoriferous 

: producing or conveying sweat sudoriferous glands a sudoriferous duct

First Known Use of sudoriferous

1597, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sudoriferous

Late Latin sudorifer, from Latin sudor sweat (from sudare to sweat) + -ifer -iferous — more at sweat

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