(comparative more salvifically, superlative most salvifically)
- For the purpose of salvation.
- Jesus was salvifically crucified, according to the New Testament.
salvifical + -ly
Variant of salvific
Origin of salvificEcclesiastical Late Latin salvificus ; from salvificare, to save ; from salvus, saved from sin (; from Classical Latin safe) + Classical Latin -ficare, -fy