Origin: from Late Latin inspissatus, thick from Classical Latin in-, inch(es) plush 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
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intr. & tr.v. in·spis·sat·ed, in·spis·sat·ing, in·spis·sates
Origin: From Late Latin īnspissāre, īnspissāt-, to thicken : Latin in-, causative pref.; see in-2 + Latin spissus, thick.
- inˌspis·saˈtion noun
- in·spisˈsaˌtor noun
inspissate - Medical Definition
- inspissation noun