See liquefy in American Heritage Dictionary 4
also liq·ui·fyverb liq·ue·fied also liq·ui·fied, liq·ue·fy·ing also liq·ui·fy·ing, liq·ue·fies also liq·ui·fies verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English liquefien
Origin: , from Old French liquefier
Origin: , from Latin liquefacere
Origin: : liquēre, to be liquid
Origin: + facere, to make; see fact.
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