Origin of rubefacientClassical Latin rubefaciens, present participle of rubefacere, to redden from rubeus, red (see ruby) + facere, to make, do
Origin of rubefacientLatin rubefaciēns rubefacient- present participle of rubefacere to make red rubeus red ; see reudh- in Indo-European roots. facere to make ; see dhē- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more rubefacient, superlative most rubefacient)
- Making red.
Latin rubefaciens, present participle of rubefacere (“to make red").