Origin of salvificEcclesiastical Late Latin salvificus from salvificare, to save from salvus, saved from sin ( from L, safe) + Classical Latin -ficare, -fy
Having the intention or power to bring about salvation or redemption: “the doctrine that only a perfect male form can incarnate God fully and be salvific” ( Rita N. Brock )
Origin of salvificLate Latin salvificus Latin salvus safe ; see safe . Latin -ficus -fic
(comparative more salvific, superlative most salvific)
Latin salficus saving; salvus saved, safe + facere to make.