Origin of abscise; from Classical Latin abscisus, past participle of abscidere, to cut off ; from abs-, variant, variety of ab-, ab- + caedere, to cut: see -cide
verbab·scised, ab·scis·ing, ab·scis·es
Origin of absciseLatin absc&imacron;dere, absc&imacron;s- : ab-, away; see ab–1 + caedere, to cut; see ka&schwa;-id- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present abscises, present participle abscising, simple past and past participle abscised)
From Latin abscīsus, perfect passive participle of abscīdō (“cut off”); formed from abs- + caedō (“cut”).