intransitive verb-·sat·ed, -·sat·ing
Origin of inspissatefrom Late Latin inspissatus, thick from Classical Latin in-, in + spissatus, past participle of spissare, to thicken from spissus, thick from Indo-European base an unverified form spei-, to flourish, grow fat from source speed, German speck, bacon
intr. & tr.v.in·spis·sat·ed, in·spis·sat·ing, in·spis·sates
Origin of inspissateFrom Late Latin īnspissāre īnspissāt- to thicken Latin in- causative pref. ; see in- 2. Latin spissus thick
(third-person singular simple present inspissates, present participle inspissating, simple past and past participle inspissated)
- From Latin īnspissāre, "to thicken".