calefacient

[adj] - producing the sensation of heat when applied to the body
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Calefacient

Calefacient: 1. (noun) Anything that warms. 2. (noun) A substance that produces a feeling of warmth when it is applied to the body. 3. (adjective) Producing warmth; heating. From the Latin calefacere (to make warm), from calere (to be warm) + facere (to make).
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Calefacient

Cal`e·fa'cient adjective [ Latin calefaciens present participle of calefacere to make warm; calere to be warm + facere to make.] Making warm; heating. [ R.]
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Calefacient

Cal`e·fa'cient noun A substance that excites warmth in the parts to which it is applied, as mustard.
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calefacient

1. Making warm or hot. ... 2. An agent causing a sense of warmth in the part to which it is applied. ... Origin: L. Calefacio, fr. Caleo, to be warm, + facio, to make ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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calefacient

warming adjective producing the sensation of heat when applied to the body; `a mustard plaster is calefacient`
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calefacient

(kal″ә-fa´shәnt) causing a sensation of warmth; an agent that so acts.
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Calefacient

• (a.) Making warm; heating. • (n.) A substance that excites warmth in the parts to which it is applied, as mustard.
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calefacient

Type: Term Pronunciation: kal′ĕ-fā′shent Definitions: 1. Making warm or hot. 2. An agent causing a sense of warmth in the part to which it is applied.
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calefacient

warming; anything that warms
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